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Win the Fan Engagement Game With a Mobile Application Strategy

Date published:

May 19, 2017

Author:

Jordan Detmers

Professional sports teams should be using mobile applications to the full extent of their capability. Provide the optimum level of service to your fans to improve satisfaction and boost revenues.

Improving the Off-Field Product

Date published:

May 19, 2017

Author:

Marcus Gverzdys

Sports organizations drive the majority of revenue from ticket sales. However, competition for those fan dollars is increasing. Teams need to innovate to increase and protect revenue, and compete for an increasingly demanding fan base.

Sports Organizations Are Striking out With Information Security

Date published:

May 19, 2017

Author:

Rita Zurbrigg

Today, information security attacks are par for the course. One industry has remained relatively insulated from becoming a target – professional sports. However, this won’t always be the case. Professional sports organizations will increasingly be more attractive to attacks due to their high revenue, public profile, and sensitive data, like contract negotiations.