May 22, 2015

Business Profile

ScheduALL

Mike Vogel | 8/28/2012

Making the Olympic Games coverage run on time proved fruitful for Hollywood-based ScheduALL. The privately held software company’s products allowed NBCU to manage its London Olympics coverage. It’s a high-profile job for a behind-the-scenes company for the broadcast, satellite, studio and production industries. Its products help 1,200 companies, universities and government agencies in 53 countries efficiently deploy and manage their assets — such as cameras and production crews at multisite sporting events. Under CEO Joel Ledlow, a graduate of Lynn University in Boca Raton, ScheduALL projects $15 million to $20 million in revenue this year and expects to grow in the next two years to more than 125 employees from 70.

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