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RCS Aquira Goes Live in Australia

ARN has a system with some 200 seats

The Australian Radio Network is using the new RCS Aquira traffic system. The manufacturer described it as “another substantial change to a resurgent ARN.”

Approximately 200 users went live Aug. 1. They are in Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide.

The system handles functions like sales team call rates and invoicing via a new Web interface. RCS says a key benefit is that the system runs all stations off a single database, “providing sales people with real-time access to inventory data.”

The announcement was made by ARN National Operations Director Geraint Davies and RCS Managing Director Keith Williams. ARN has about 4 million listeners.