Roundarch Showcases the New York Jets Touchscreen Command Center During the 2010 Season Opener

Tom Van Riper of Fobes.com views the New York Jets Touchscreen Command Center in action.

During the Jets’ opening Monday night loss to the Baltimore Ravens, executives from Roundarch, a Chicago-based builder of web and mobile applications, showed off the new revenue-tracking device they built for Johnson and Jets brass in the company’s Meadowlands Stadium suite. It’s a 42-inch touchscreen that spits out up-to-the minute sales figures for concessions, tickets, parking, and merchandise. Call it the Woody Johnson command center.

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