Tech Companies Enhance Fan And Sponsor Experience Via New Tools And Mobile Platforms

Tech Firms Plug Sports Fans into the Game

Tech Firms Plug Sports Fans into the Game

Tech Companies Enhance Fan And Sponsor Experience Via New Tools And Mobile Platforms

As I travel across the United States on my way to Atlanta from Seattle for a sea of change opportunity, it is my honor to share my latest contribution with the Sports Techie community blog readers all over the world. This blogs subject matter relates to a better fan experience and improved sponsorship activation by leading companies and sports organizations using the merger of sport and technology to drive interactive engagement, better ROI and increased revenues.

Here is the link to the article published for iQ by Intel:

http://mvb.me/s/2cd60e

Tech Companies Enhance Fan And Sponsor Experience Via New Tools And Mobile Platforms

Tech Companies Enhance Fan And Sponsor Experience Via New Tools And Mobile Platforms

Sports Techie, Thanks to  Intel I am able to write for iQ about sports tech, business and the fan experience, once again . Big data, analysis and mobile devices have fundamentally changed the way fans, teams and corporations are collectively affecting sports.

The new NFL “Sideline Viewing System” is long overdue and should improve game strategy while upgrading TV and mobile viewing experiences . The NBA announced today they will have a central instant replay HQ located in New Jersey by next season. Who will sponsor this historical endeavor, SAP, HP or IBM?  Or will Microsoft, Google or Facebook pioneer the new system with supplemental cash and tech tools. Either way, its a win-win-win for fans, firms and leagues.

The USA vs. Germany 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil game broke streaming records for ESPN, bettering the previous records set during Super Bowl 48 when the Seahawks and their legion of 12s made is so. No doubt this new record will fall if Team USA can defeat Belgium and advance out of the Round of 16. Sponsors who are in line to reap the digital benefits are smart at sportsbiz.

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I want to thank you all for the support over the past four years while located in Seattle and Washington State, I plan to step it up a notch in Georgia so get ready, because here I come Atlanta.

 Thanks to Intel, Sports Techie is able to write about sports tech, business and the fan experience once again

Thanks to Intel, Sports Techie is able to write about sports tech, business and the fan experience once again

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