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CMC provides software for Afro-Asian Games

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Hyderabad , Oct. 25

CMC Ltd, a software services company, has deployed the Games and Event Management System (GeMS) that will help the organisers of first Afro Asian Games in managing events across several sports locations.

CMC has custom-developed host of new features around its GeMS software to meet games-specific needs, while firming up hardware and other related infrastructure.

This is spread across 16 sites and provides spot and online accreditation services in over seven sites that covered services in Abuja, Nigeria, and deployment of Games Management software in all the stadiums.

The Chief Operating Officer of CMC, Mr R. Ramanan, in a statement said "CMC will manage both the front-end and back-end IT operations of the entire games."

GeMS is an integrated software that captures, manages and processes large quantity of data and disseminates the processed information.

This GeMS software is meant for scheduling and results management, to manage central database and proxy web servers, to provide infrastructure in media rooms and manage the same, to set up and manage 15-seat information centre and to provide the most important results on the Web.

GeMS captures data directly from the timing devices, touch pads and interfaces with live display devices specially erected in various stadia. CMC has worked with Doordarshan to provide results and other Games information live.

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