Sports Segments We Serve
- Digital fan and sponsor engagement
- AI-powered analytical tools and data solutions
- Integration of digital tools for real-time access to live games
- Enhance visibility of players and sports associations
- Expand social footprints with engaging sports content
- AR and VR to augment in-stadia experience
- Simulate experiences on mobile devices
- Statistical analysis, video analytics and predictive insights
- Fan voice and social sentiment analysis
- Manage dynamic sports data across various touchpoints
- Wearable tech and trackers for athletes and coaches
- Membership and event management systems
Delivering Competitive Advantage in Sports With Technology
Technology is drawing fans closer to their favorite sports and games through innovative and customized experiences. It’s time for sports organizations to capitalize on the newer opportunities created by advanced technologies by broadening their content reach across multiple devices through new distribution platforms. Sports organizations need to offer exciting and personalized viewing experience to fans, engage sponsors with crucial insights, deliver messages at the right moment with greater effectiveness, and unlock new revenue streams.
As your technology and innovation partner, Fingent offers the right skills and expertise to drive your success. We offer a wide array of custom software solutions for sports organizations which help them manage their basic to the most complex business challenges. Some of our solutions include membership management, loyalty management, sale of tickets and sports merchandise, sponsor management, immersive content experiences with AR and VR, identifying real-time marketing opportunities through analytics, enhancing training methods through immersive technologies, and wearable tech.
Challenges Affecting the Sports Sector
Professional athletes can be affected by several different factors, such as a complex travel schedule, work and home stress, and body recovery time — all of which impact overall athletic performance.
Wearable tech is seeing increased demand. In the sports world, collecting physiological and biological data from athlete’s wearables can provide a glimpse into the factors that affect their performance.
Every athlete is different and requires a personalized approach to reaching their greatest potential. The demand for personalized, specific training can be met through technology.
Fans demand timely, accessible content, and with so many possible news outlets and data sources, it can be difficult to determine the best option.
How We Help Our Customers
Use Innovative Tech for a Home-Field Advantage
Cognitive Computing for Specialized Training
Integrated Digital Solutions
Delivering Stories for Fans
“Off-the-shelf products in the market couldn’t accommodate our multi-party customer relations model.”
“Fingent’s custom CRM application streamlines processes for both our builders and suppliers. They even suggested ideas to maximize efficiency.”
“Fingent helped us replace our technology with a new platform solution that included ASP pages and SQL databases. “
“They’re very good at explaining things, not overwhelming us with technical buzzwords. ”
Technology assists in improving athlete performance in numerous ways. Filming of athletes training and sporting games allows coaches and trainers to review and analyze the athletes closely, understand their strengths and weaknesses, and make plans for personalized training programs, diets, exercises, and next game plans.
Wearable devices such as heart monitors and pedometers allow athletes and players to monitor their general health vitals. Wearable data generated over a period can be tracked using customized software programs.
Virtual Reality can be used to create “real-like” simulations that allow athletes to practice a selected sport, even if they are not in the real scenario such as a sports venue or a field. VR offers a safer and convenient way to practice new skills or shots before attempting them in actuality.
Artificial Intelligence is making way for smart sports today. AI is used to derive real-time game statistics, analyze performance of individuals and teams, make comparisons with opponents or historical performances, gain better insights about the competition, predict which game tactics will work better next time, investigate injuries and pitfalls, enable players and coaches to do a visual analysis of their games, and apply media automation to pick up the highlights of a game.
Sports analytics refers to the collection and analysis of relevant and historical sports statistics that when properly applied offers a competitive advantage to a sports team or an individual athlete. Analyzing data such as players’ statistics, weather conditions, experts’ views and more enables you to make informed decisions. Besides managing individual and team performances, coaches can use the data to optimize training and exercise programs for their players and curate nutrition plans to improve their fitness.
Analytics also helps with team management activities. It can be used to track the sale of sports tickets and merchandise. Marketing teams can enhance fan outreach and identify better opportunities to boost brand engagement by making use of sports analytics.
Athletes can use virtual reality to fine-tune certain aspects of their performance. The technology is used as a training aid in various sports such as golf, athletics, skiing, cycling, and so on. Immersive learning enables players to practice anytime, anywhere, just as if they were on the field, track, or court. Virtual Reality offers the most realistic environment possible for players to practice their moves and accelerate their training patterns. It offers a computer-simulated three-dimensional environment that can be typically experienced through a headset or head-mount display with a built-in screen, to deliver audio and visual experience to the user.
Fan engagement technologies such as live streaming, gaming, gambling, eSports, media distribution, and content platforms will make the biggest impact on sports in the coming days. Stadium experience technologies and athlete performance technologies will continue to grow and influence the sports industry. In the future, investors will be more interested in media and content-related platforms, measurement platforms, data analytics, and biometrics. Technology will deeply influence performance optimization, in-venue technology, gambling, gaming, recovery health and home fitness.