The SportsEye Academy has been designed specifically and exclusively for SportsEye partners, consisting of a series of interactive sessions designed to advance your use of business intelligence to bring about positive change within your organisation.
Australian Sports Technologies Network (ASTN) featured ActiveXchange in their most recent case study series. Learn more about how we are putting powerful data insights into the hands of decision-makers to enable them to implement services that will best support communities to become more active and healthy.
Join ActiveXchange CEO, James Ellender, and Head of Data Science, Richard Schultz, as they discuss the importance of data-driven decision-making, the evolution of data privacy and security, and ActiveXchange's journey towards creating a safe, secure and sophisticated data ecosystem.
ActiveXchange's founder, Alex Burrows, provides an overview of the Movement Data Module. Learn how to access quadkey (grid) collections linked to the National Infrastructure Database and how to create custom collections. Alex also demonstrates how to gain useful insights from the movement data export file.
Watch an overview of our global movement data initiative, understanding where and when communities come together. For the first time, know levels of use at facilities and active spaces throughout the day, month and year. Learn how to adjust the sensitivity controls to better visualise regional and rural movement data.
ActiveXchange has been featured on the latest Australian Sports Technologies Network podcast. Our CEO James Ellender discusses how ActiveXchange is helping organisations and governments unlock the full potential of their data, with the ultimate goal of encouraging more active and healthy communities.
With a commitment to deliver health and wellbeing outcomes for the community through caring and sustainable leisure and wellness experiences, South East Leisure is partnering with ActiveXchange to make evidence based decisions in their day to day delivery. Find out about their journey and focus ahead.
Join ActiveXchange's North American Chair Mike Roma, Founder and North American CEO Alex Burrows and Australasia CEO James Ellender to discuss how organisations and facilities are beginning to leverage their data assets and the opportunities to capitalise on the wider data intelligence expertise across the globe.
This blog is part of a multi-part series on the value of building membership and brand advocacy to enhance customer experience. ActiveXchange's Head of Client Success Jyo Shukla will dive into learnings from other industries.
Listen to Karen Slabbert and James Ellender from ActiveXchange join Mitchell Malone, KPMG Australia’s Sport Advisory, to talk about ActiveXchange's Aquatic and Leisure Social Value Model that combines best-practice international research and model principles developed by KPMG, with real data on participants and attendance at local facilities.
Listen to Louise Tulloh, former President of the ACSEP, talk to our CEO about the importance of exercise regarding the prevention and treatment of common medical conditions, and explain how this approach can intersect with the Leisure sector for greater impact across Australia, in partnership with Moving Medicine.
"What Doesn't Get Measured Doesn't Get Changed."
Listen into James Harris, CEO of Softball South Australa, and his 'jack of all trades' experiencesand how having a SportsEye account, courtesy of Office for Recreation, Sport and Racing, has transformed his decision making after 10 years in Sport. A case study every Sport administrator and Local Government Planner should listen to.
“A COVID crash course got me hooked and now SportsEye is proving to be a game changer post-COVID”
Listen to Richard Hutchison, talk to Simon Haire, about his perspectives from New Zealand on the ground up, contemporary utilisation of IPMs to better test, plan, and determine ways forward in planning and feasibility projects after working on more than 200 projects.
“We have been working with ActiveXchange since they came to the market in New Zealand and have been impressed with their ability to continue innovating and their contemporary approach to making sense of data that’s already available but has been locked away in fragmented systems and spreadsheets for too long.”
Listen to Warren Green, talk to Simon Haire, ActiveXchange Director, about his personal journey in applying data and evidence as essential tools to inform the direction of projects. Warren is a specialist consultant who works at the front of aquatic and leisure project planning. He outlines how data provided by ActiveXchange is critical to a customised solution, and how it can be used to reshape strategic thinking and investment to maximise long term community benefit.
"If we can unlock funding from the health sector, then all of a sudden we have a paradigm shift in the opportunities of delivery across the aquatic and leisure sector"
After Sport Huddle and ActiveXchange joined forces for a collaboration, we'd like to welcome Sport Huddle's Jess Hurford to discuss the benefits of collaboration and the importance of data in sports
A deep dive into the data partnership enabled deeper insight into Squash Australia's sport demographics and how they are looking to find this target in every State and Territory across Australia.
ActiveXchange combines its industry membership insights with Experian’s Mosaic Segmentation. This partnership provides powerful analysis Street by Street, Suburb by Suburb that enables you to go beyond the traditional population demographics and quickly identify your local community, uncover key characteristic, understand how this can impact on participation trends, sport or individual facilities to help target and refocus your efforts and resources.
ActiveXchange combines its industry membership insights with Experian’s Mosaic Segmentation. This partnership provides powerful analysis that uncovers who your members and potential members are and how your sport or facility can target audiences. Build your membership both by deeply understanding who your members are now and knowing who they will be next.
The masterclass for Aquatic & Leisure operators explored how the membership data you already have can be combined with industry trends and insights to show you the way forward out of lockdown.
NID is a crucial planning resource that provides a database of local sites, including Infrastructure Data Management, Analysis Dashboard, Action Plans (SportsEye Plans), Bulk Upload and Exportation, Community Profile Demographic Layers, Satellite View and Area Boundaries and Live Chat Support. In this workshop, we offered a free session for using the tool and its main benefits for your organisation.
What 18 months we have had in business! Behind the scenes, there has been data tracking member and consumer movements, and in this session, you will hear industry statistics to see if you are above or below standards. At the end of this session, you'll see exactly where the growth is internally & externally.
Data is a primary source for funding applications, and ActiveXchange can help you identify what data is critical for grant applications. Listen to how to strategically build a grant application with your data alongside our industry-leading data and analysis around participation segments, demand, and future demand.
Listen to Ben Whalan talk about how he fought off two new competitors and Covid-19 trends to lift membership at the Valley’s Lifestyle Center by 9% in FY20-21! Our Head of Partnerships, Robert Novotny, spoke with him to learn how working with SportsEye Operator made all the difference.
A close up look at how SportsEye for State and National Sports translates existing registration information into key insights to inform planning and funding decisions and related government partnerships.
How to maximise this SportsEye feature, which is available in every SportsEye account enabling you to setup projects, track progress and coordinate with both internal and external teams across the SportsEye Network.
Using a wide range of data points to predict members who are at risk of leaving, then how to take action to mitigate this risk and increase membership lifetime.