ActiveXchange helps local & state governments and peak bodies understand the current and potential reach of sports and leisure facilities, and how accessibility, capacity and quality issues can be addressed.
Users can also track the Social Value generated by different types of local infrastructure relative to subsidy levels and grants, and through the predictive modelling within ActiveXchange identify the likely impact of future investment decisions.
What is our relative equity of access, what does good look like, and how do we create accessible and inclusive sport and recreation opportunities for all our residents?
What are the current and future provision gaps we need to fill now and in the future?
What levels of recreation infrastructure are we likely to need, and where, to meet current and future levels of unmet demand?
What are the relative social impacts generated through current program programs and use of our recreation facilities?
View member locations, predicted demand, and demand conversion
Analyse participation rates with benchmarks & trends, and demographic split of participation
Summary of resident location of players/members, compared with location of where they play, and benchmark participation by facility
Population, health, and wellness demographic profiles at neighbourhood, city, and state geographies.
Identify key growth areas, and evaluate current & future capacity requirements to help influence investment planning
Evidence how effective the sport is at engaging people from areas with high risks of inactivity, deprivation, and health issues (with benchmarks)
What's working? What's not? What's next?
Movement data allows you to analyse the impact of planning and investment decisions, optimise site selection, and allocate resources in the areas that matter to your organisation, your stakeholders, and your community.
What are the health savings of sports and facilities?
ActiveXchange's Social Value module shows the predicted dollar value savings sports or leisure facilities generate as a result of members staying being physically active, and in turn reducing their risk against a number of health indicators and/or increasing their productivity and education attainment.