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SES Relies on ScheduALL for Bandwidth Bookings at U.S. Election Time
ScheduALL provided additional system resources and capabilities to SES so that their broadcast clients were able to book bandwidth in real-time.
SES, a client of ScheduALL since 2003, is a world-leading satellite communications services provider that operates across six global facilities, all of which are effected by skyrocketing demand for OU bandwidth due to the election period.
“With the run up to the elections SES saw an unprecedented demand for satellite space capacity,” said Samantha McCloskey, vice president, Global Occasional Use, SES. “We turned to ScheduALL to request further resource capability and they came through immediately.”
SES uses ScheduLINK®, ScheduALL’s powerful bandwidth configuration tools to leverage available capacity across their fleet of 52 geostationary satellites and meet the growing needs of their clients.
“It is in these circumstances when we see our entire global fleet simultaneously working together that we realize the value of a truly enterprise level resource management system such as ScheduALL,” added McCloskey.
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ScheduALL is the leading global provider of enterprise resource management (ERM) solutions for the broadcast, satellite/transmission, media, and entertainment industries. As a market leader with a 23-year track record of success, ScheduALL is clearly recognized as the partner of choice for operational management solutions with over 1,200 installations in more than 53 countries. The modular approach and scalable product sets provide a collaborative platform for users across multiple environments. ScheduALL clients include all of the major U.S. broadcast networks BBC, FOX News Network, The Associated Press, Intelsat, SES, Turner Studios, Mediaset, Technicolor, Deluxe, CBC, ABC Australia, and RTL.