Xytech, makers of facility management software, is targeting smaller facilities with its newly launched cloud-based software, Dash. The subscription-based app takes just three days to install and uses security offered by the Microsoft Azure Managed Cloud.
With Dash, Xytech can now manage the end-to-end business cycle for small- and medium-sized studios. These customers range from boutique post facilities to large universities with sophisticated media departments to corporate communication departments.
The monthly subscription model for Dash offers access to all dashboards, graphs and charts, plus customers can manage resources, handle scheduling tasks, cost forecasting, invoicing and reporting all on one system. Dash also offers the option of a built-in library management program as well as a bidding module, enabling users to bid on a project and have it accepted on the spot.
The new web interface allows users easy access to the Dash applications from any supported web browser. “We listened to our clients and adapted our software into a series of directed workflows allowing users to schedule, raise a bid and generate an invoice,” says Xytech COO Greg Dolan. “Additionally, we’ve made installation support fast and seamless on Dash, so our team can easily teach our clients and get them up and running in just a few days.”
The software has a low per-user price and is available on a monthly subscription basis. The company is offering early adopters of Dash an early-bird discount, which will be announced shortly.
Facility management software provider Xytech has introduced a cloud and managed services offering, MediaPulse Managed Cloud. Hosted in Microsoft Azure, MediaPulse Managed Cloud is a secure platform offering full system management.
MediaPulse Managed Cloud is available through any web browser and compatible with iOS, Android and Windows mobile devices. The new managed services handle most administrative functions, including daily backups, user permissions and screen layouts. The offering is available with several options, including a variety of language packs, allowing for customization and localization.
Slated for shipping in October, MediaPulse Managed Cloud is compliant with European privacy laws and enables secure data transmission across multiple geographies.
Xytech debuted MediaPulse Managed Cloud at IBC2017. The show was the company’s first as a member of the Advanced Media Workflow Association, a community-driven forum focused on advancing business-driven solutions for networked media workflows.
Xytech, which makes facility management software for the broadcast and media industries, has added industry vet Michael Vinyard in the new role of SVP Professional Services. Vinyard will be responsible for consulting, configuration and installation services for system implementations across the company.
Vinyard’s previous senior management roles include stints with Mattel, Warner Bros. and CBS. At Xytech, he will based out of the company’s Chatsworth headquarters.
“Having Michael allows us to expand our goals while maintaining the focus required to properly serve our clients,” said Greg Dolan, Xytech COO. “The addition of Michael shows our dedication to working with the best professionals in the business.”