Music organizations track a lot of data—things like people, events, equipment, lockers, instruments, and concert attendance. Sometimes on paper, sometimes in spreadsheets, sometimes in proprietary databases.
Liszt is an actively-developed turnkey solution for storing that information. It automates the attendance tracking process, connects data in new and useful ways, consolidates inventory functions, and does it all in your favorite browser.
Liszt can be configured to connect to your existing calendar solution to pull event information for attendance and analytic purposes. If you don't have a calendar solution, Liszt can serve that purpose as well.
Liszt keeps track of keys, lockers, instruments, uniforms, and other equipment. And keeps track of who checks those items out. And can keep track of maintenance records and other documentation.
By using a proprietary algorithm, Liszt can track student concert attendance. Magnetic stripe card readers? Interfacing with a current university solution? Geolocation? One-time use codes with mobile phones? Yes to all of that, with no special software.
Liszt provides reports for concert data and recital attendance, such as tracking individual student attendance, tracking popularity of events, showing trends in attendance, compiling end-of-year reports, and predicting concert interest.
Liszt includes staff access (Liszt.me) for managing your organization, and a public site for students (portal.Liszt.me). The student portal is accessible via Office 365 (or other oauth providers) and provides information regarding recital attendance and checkouts.
Liszt is constantly evolving, with old features getting streamlined and new features getting added all the time. Notice something we're not doing yet? Does Liszt not quite do what your organization needs? Let's talk about how we can implement those features.
Liszt is built entirely in the cloud, utilizing Amazon Web Services, Digital Ocean, and Microsoft Azure solutions.
Liszt backs up on-site and off-site daily, so your data is safe and secure across several backups, across the US.
We started building Liszt in 2007, and it has managed tens of thousands of pages, documents, and events.
We're building Liszt slowly so it grows organically and we're able to support our clients, and we're looking to expand.