Introducing the WhoFi Program Planner

Program Planner is the program reporting tool for modern libraries

Easily Track Your Library’s Programs For Accurate Reporting

Libraries are adapting to meet changing community needs by connecting with patrons online and in-person. The Program Planner offers a replacement to cumbersome tallying methods.  It also helps libraries better understand their patrons to further improve their service.

What is Program Planner?

Program Planner is a reporting tool to help libraries understand their programming and better serve the community. It is an easy-to-use system to schedule programs and view insights – all in one place. This tool makes it easy to schedule, manage, and count attendance at all programs and events.

How does it work? 

Create one-time or recurring programs in your dashboard. Enter the program’s PLS type, category, platform, and other relevant information. After the program has taken place, enter attendee information.  Attendance information shows seamlessly through categorized, accurate reporting.

You can also account for views to recorded programs that are posted online later.  This new tool is designed to help libraries plan and monitor both their online and in person programming attendance.

What does Program Planner do for your library?

  • Helps libraries plan programs in advance for both online and in person events.  This helps to get a full view of the community calendar. 
  • Alleviates the need for hand-tallying and storing numbers on paper. 
  • Auto-generates reports for easy end-of-year reporting.  No more complicated spreadsheets and calculators – we do it for you!

The Program Planner reduces the burden of tracking, organizing, and identifying program specific effectiveness.  It also helps with stakeholder and board reporting.  The new feature also allows multiple users access to enter their department’s programming all in one place.  It also helps library directors articulate the community impact they are having through the programs being offered. This information helps libraries when it comes to advocacy efforts.

Interested in learning more about Program Planner?  Click here to schedule a demo.