to reflect and report. How did we do?
How can we do it better and cheaper
next time? The granular reporting
capabilities of ERM software allow financial controllers to evaluate the financial performance of all resources,
departments, facilities, vendors, and
even specific equipment and personnel to realize the inefficiencies that
exist and effectively plan to reduce
them in the future. The interoperability capabilities that connected operations during the broadcasts — the live
interaction and updating — mean
that reporting extends across all departments in all locations.
With vendors and partners connected and collaborating, costs are
immediately reported directly into
your system and updated instantly
with every modification of a booking;
there is no waiting 30 days for invoices to get the big picture. With external
systems connected and collaborating
reporting specific statuses and errors
directly into your system — both in
the booking cycle and in the life-cycle
There is no doubt
that the complexity
continue to grow,
increasing the need
of specific devices — detailed operational reporting is now centralized
and available, even for systems that
don’t have their own reporting tools.
Seamless connectivity, proactive
collaboration and access to a resource
community in real-time are the key
benefits provided by ERM software.
There is no doubt that the complexity
of mounting broadcasts of multi-day
sports events will continue to grow,
increasing the need for automation
and efficiency to drive increased ROI.
Staying cost-effective and maximizing profitability in an environment
that presents so many game-changing
variables is only possible with the innovative resource management capabilities of ERM software. BE
Joel A. Nirenberg is the vice president of
product management at ScheduALL.