Las Vegas, Nevada—Mar 13, 2007
Goodrich Quality Theaters Adopts DTS Digital Booking System™
DTS Digital Cinema announced that Goodrich Quality Theaters has chosen DTS Digital Booking System™ (DBS) for the in-house exhibition management of its chain, which comprises 280 screens in 31 locations throughout Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, and Missouri.
Goodrich will employ the full DBS feature set to manage significant aspects of its business, including film acquisition, theater operations, gross reporting, end-of-day financials and film payments, as well as showtime scheduling and distribution. DBS will integrate with the company’s enterprise accounting and point-of-sale systems.
"DBS is a full-featured system, perfect for our needs right now,” said Ross C. Pettinga, CFO / Treasurer of Goodrich Quality Theaters. “A significant upgrade from our previous home-grown system, DBS has advanced capabilities including an easy, automated film booking process, excellent reporting, and automatic updates for new film releases.”
“DTS Digital Cinema is very pleased that Goodrich has chosen the DTS Digital Booking System to manage their circuit,” stated Don Bird, senior vice president, corporate strategy and business development, DTS Digital Cinema. “This is a system specifically designed with exhibitors’ unique requirements in mind. We are pleased to have the opportunity to support Goodrich’s upgrade with these capabilities.”
About DTS Digital Booking System™
The DTS Digital Booking System (DBS) is the only Application Service Provider (ASP) that enables cinema exhibitors and distributors to manage communications via the Internet. DBS allows exhibitors and distributors to conduct business online by accelerating the process of booking playdates, scheduling showtimes, programming trailers, tracking data and facilitating film rental payments. Uniting geographically scattered organizations and enabling them to function as a single, cohesive business unit, the functionality of the application has been carefully designed to accurately model standard practices in the exhibition industry.