Case Study: Phoenix

THE CHALLENGE

Reporters covering news and special events needed a fast and simple way of exchanging ideas and stories. Combining sophisticated planning features with the newsroom system was also a key requirement.

THE SOLUTION

Planners across the three editorial departments are now able to work together on a single rundown: OpenMedia’s advanced rights- management and workflow-management ensure that content is properly handled to avoid potential clashes.

THE WORKFLOW

OpenMedia serves as the bi-directional meta-database and planning system for the entire workflow of the three editorial departments: each department has their own views and access levels to the information in the system, depending to individual requirements.

 

 

KEY BENEFITS

 

+ Ability to collaborate at story-level

+ Shared planning system

+ Flexible workflows improving reaction
to breaking news

+ Continuity of performance, as existing data
was transferred across from legacy system

 

 

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" OpenMedia allows flexible workflows and a high level of transparency between the editorial departments to improve reactivity to breaking news. Simone Fibiger, Phoenix Programme Coordination "

About SCISYS Group:

Employing around 670 staff, SCISYS Group is a leading developer of information and communications technology services, e-business, web and mobile applications, editorial newsroom solutions and advanced technology solutions. The Company operates in a broad spectrum of market sectors, including Media & Broadcast, Space, Government and Defence and Commercial sectors. SCISYS clients are predominantly blue-chip and public-sector organisations. Customers include the Environment Agency, the Ministry of Defence, Airbus Defence & Space, Thales Alenia Space, Arqiva, Vodafone, the European Space Agency, Eumetsat, the BBC, Radio France, RTL, RNLI, Pets at Home, Siemens and the National Trust. The Company's registered office is in Dublin, with UK offices in Chippenham, Bristol, Leicester and Reading and German offices in Bochum, Dortmund, Darmstadt and Munich.