PROVYS Modules


   Ad Sales

- All advertisement categories
- Structured campaigns, efficient CRM
- Sales of commercial graphics


Campaigns & Campaign Preferences, Cross list (statistics), Spot detail

PROVYS has been designed as a process-oriented support for broadcasting companies. We believe that it has great ability to enhance the client’s processes due to its structure and organisation, information sharing and flow principles together with its applications developed with great care to equip process-oriented organisations.

  Break-pattern and pricing schema management

PROVYS Sales support standard break-pattern schema editing and block generation templates for easy-to-use inventory initialisation and management together with standardised pricing options including price lists (both zone and block based) as well as GRP pricing options.

  Air-time sales ordering and campaign management

All orders from customer and media-buyers are managed by PROVYS with the objective to provide complete information on the expected campaign and its fulfilment. Individual spot as well as spot-allocation wizards are provided to support effective campaign management and spot placement in the block inventory. Individual pricing policy can be utilised on individual orders to provide as flexible pricing options as possible.

  Air-time sales CRM, contracts and invoicing
(CRM = Customer Relationship Management)
Complete customer contact information, contract–invoice-payment management, material traffic and reporting are provided by the PROVYS Sales module to support the sales and traffic teams in customer communication and relationship management.

  Air-time sales and channel management integration

PROVYS Sales is the integrated module providing the full unity with all other PROVYS solution components. The integration is deep on the level of block management, spot placement and block content management, last-minute change exchange, as-run-log download, and evaluation.

"We provide the best tool for ad sales personnel and campaign managers to maximise and realise revenue potential"