Understand the current and potential reach of different types of sport, leisure and aquatic provision and how accessibility, capacity and quality issues can be addressed - prioritising these against local outcomes and health and wellbeing impacts. Includes access to the National Infrastructure Database, sport data layers (drawn from SportsEye State), and shared project plans, linking each local government into the SportsEye Network.
Set and then automatically track the performance of sport, leisure and aquatic infrastructure against local outcome targets.
Benchmarks and predictive analysis informs which types of offer are, and can, generate most value for local residents. Including identifying the migration of residents into and out of the area with respect to facility use and the key gaps in the local offer.
Track the Social Value impact generated by different types of local infrastructure, relative to subsidy levels and grants, and through the predictive modelling within SportsEye identify the likely impact of future investment decisions (target setting). This is often used in collaboration with the Investment Planning Report Service for new capital expenditure projects and/or the procurement of operator management contracts.
The ActiveXchange Client Success Team supports each Council to use their SportsEye account to shape data driven, evidence based action plans that can be managed and tracked from concept to planning and delivery. This often means coordinating with other stakeholders. The SportsEye Action Plan feature, included in all SportsEye accounts, is perfect for coordinating these 'so what next' plans with state governments, other authorities, sports, consultants and other partners.
Access a consistent and relative view of the local outcomes and impacts being achieved across your leisure and aquatic sites – automatically updated monthly and aligned with targets
An online data driven toolkit to automatically align strategic planning and investment with local outcomes and impacts - saving significant time and cost of collating data from multiple sources