ScheduALL has announced record financial results for the second quarter of 2011, as revenues grew 34% over the same period last year, following overall 19% growth during the previous fiscal year, writes David Fox.
“ScheduALL continues to expand with a very aggressive growth strategy, and we are proud that our hard work, forward-thinking approach and commitment to responding to customer needs are paying off,” said Joel Ledlow, CEO of ScheduALL (pictured).
“By listening to our clients and leveraging the strength of our industry-leading ScheduALL and ScheduLINK ERM [Enterprise Resource Management] systems, we are uniquely capable of developing innovative, long-term workflow and collaboration technologies that are connecting the media and broadcast industry around the world,” he claimed.
It has had particular success in Europe, where it secured new enterprise-class broadcast systems for major players in France, Germany, Russia and the Middle East in Q2 alone. This has meant that when many other companies are contracting, it is hiring in almost every department and every location around the world, to accommodate increasing demand.
“ScheduALL’s continued growth, profitability and exceptional client satisfaction ratings are testament to the smart choices we are making and the innovative products we are developing to help our industry continue to evolve and thrive,” claimed Ledlow. “We have a lot of work ahead, but our strong first quarter and record Q2 are signposts of our ongoing advancement and success.”
The company has developed loosely-coupled technologies that can combine disparate ScheduALL systems, third-party technologies and unique interdependent business workflows, enabling them to work together as one comprehensive toolset, and will demonstrate these capabilities at IBC.
It claims to be the only software company currently providing technologies enabling effective and extensible workflow advancement, system-to-system collaboration and interoperability, both within the enterprise and across the global marketplace of suppliers and consumers, areas it is working to built on.
It now has more than 1,200 installations in at least 39 countries, and customers include all the major US networks, BBC, Fox News, Associated Press, Mediaset, Technicolor, and RTL.