Response & Event Management

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What’s the difference for response and event management?

Managing stadiums, arenas and festivals or simply responding to unplanned peaks in demand is a challenge.

Operating a contract which requires minimal staffing for 90% of the year, which then demands the recruitment and management of hundreds or thousands of personnel at short notice for the remaining 10%, can be an administrative and logistical nightmare without the right software to support you.

Effective service delivery in this area of work, requires a rich talent pool, effective tools of communication and special sets of intelligence to pull out the unique problems this type of service delivery throws up.

Helping you to source, vet, employ, manage and monitor your talent, Timegate should always be your first port of call.

Event feature set

Communication tools and event intelligence within Timegate increase the capabilities of an event delivery business.

Eliminating and reducing manually intensive procedures, Timegate’s broadcast messaging services via SMS and Email, cuts down the leg work.

Automatically matching candidates by skills, geography, availability and rates, Timegate makes bulk communication much simpler and far more cost effective.

Complimented by a rapid self-service function, Timegate similarly enables candidates to quickly and easily respond to duty confirmations, or to request duties they find theselves available to work.

Visible to contract managers and schedulers, this data, together with a wealth of event orientated reports and dashboards, can be reviewed before any commitment to operational planning is made.

Timegate makes the mobilisation, management and demobilisation of an event as easy as it can be.

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