Fox Business Explores How the Insights Gained From the New York Jets Command Center, Created by Roundarch, Can Impact the Fan Experience

David Vanslette, vice president of client services at Roundarch, explains how Roundarch’s real-time analytics technology is helping businesses and venues improve.

Taking a page from the business world’s playbook, at least one NFL franchise has jumped into the game of gathering real-time information on customers, becoming an early-adopter of technology that could develop into a mainstay in stadiums around the country.

Thanks to a newly-installed command center that debuted last week, New York Jets owner Woody Johnson now has the ability to know precisely how many cars are entering the team’s parking lots, how many Darrelle Revis jerseys are being sold, which areas of his stadium have not yet sold out and whether or not any concession stands have run out of beer.

While it’s not new to many businesses, this technology’s debut in the sports world has the potential to boost the bottom lines of franchises and enhance the fans’ experience for the pricey games they attend.

Read the full article on Fox Business.

Pictured is David Vanslette, vice president of client services for Roundarch, at the September 13 Jets/Ravens season opener, discussing the touchscreen application

 

At the Jets’ home opener last week, Roundarch, a leader in digital design and implementation, debuted its touchscreen application that provides real-time stadium and game data to team owner Woody Johnson

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