The Kansas City Royals will now leverage StellarAlgo’s Customer Data Platform to inform the organization’s marketing and sales strategy moving forward.
The U.S. Olympic Committee is careful in the technologies its sports use, but overall technology is now an important tool in helping train athletes.
A long-term Olympic partnership showcases the cloud computing power of Alibaba and makes it a global player in the sports tech industry.
With new leadership in place, the company believes it has a chance to help its partners with better solutions.
The company is working with brands like Viacom and the NFL to help them reach larger audiences and better monetize their content.
The introduction of the technology by the Winnipeg Jets, Manitoba Moose and their home arena, Bell MTS Place, helps alleviate stress on customer service.
The sports-streaming television network has partnered with WSC Sports to offer automatic highlights of college games.
VERT sees data as a way for both coaches and fans to get more value out of a game.
New study unveils unique findings when it comes to sponsorships.
Georgia’s athletic department is turning to HappyorNot, a technology that has been used in various places, like airports, gas stations, and only one other stadium, Levi’s Stadium, to find out more about its fans.
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