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Enabledware Receives Highly Coveted Digital Screenmedia Award of Excellence,
Topping Businesses challengers from Australia, Asia and More, demonstrating one platform can deliver functionality, ease of use and increased fan participation.
The Fulham FC project contained content display on large screens throughout the arena as well as within each concourse screen, from the live scoreboard. The result is venue-wide access to substitutions, Red/Yellow cards, player profiles, live fan shots and Opta Sports information feeds. Enabledware’
The Digital Screenmedia Association (DSA) promotes growth and excellence within the digital screen media industry. Those recognized by and through this award are among the most prominent and highly recognized in today’s competitive and forward-thinking technological age. It’s abundantly clear that digital screen media is not about what the end user is simply viewing that matters, it’s ultimately about what they see that engages them. Enabledware has proved value and worth through their leadership in convergence and top-tier content creativity. Enabledware provides every consumer with the absolute ability to experience the digital world in an unparalleled way, establishing an optimal environment that is inviting, never intimidating. Receipt of this award further validates the industry leader that Enabledware has demonstrated throughout its history. With partnerships such as Barco LiveDots, Cisco Systems, Dimension Data, Exterity, and Panasonic, Enabledware is not a business to be overlooked, regardless of the project size or duration.
Sean Tabatabai, CEO, states “This win and our success at Fulham FC demonstrates that you can have one system manage your content distribution from every camera onsite to big LED screens, television monitors, kiosks and fan’s mobile devices. Our goal has always been to offer all sports venues with a technology solution that is easy to use, “all encompassing”
Jonathan Gregory, Commercial Director, Fulham Football Club states "Choosing the software and company to control such a visible and important element of our branding was key. We chose Enabledware because they understood what we wanted to achieve and had the tools and skills to deliver. They continue to provide flexible resources and are an essential part of our efforts to continually improve the match day experience for our fans."
This is done by providing industry-leading software that allows clients to easily manage and deliver media content to a wide range of devices and formats. As an open platform, Enabledware complements existing and emerging LMS, digital distributors and publishers, social networks, and breaking technologies. For more information please visit www.Enabledware.com
About Digital Screenmedia Association
The Digital Screenmedia Association is comprised of sharpest leaders in today’s rapidly growing digital screenmedia industry. The DSA strengthens each business through ongoing support, networking and industry advocacy. The DSA is where partnerships are built and industry credibility is established. To learn more about the DSA please visit www.digitalscreenmedia.org
About Fulham FC
The Club was born when a school teacher and churchwarden formed a team for local boys at Fulham St Andrew’s Church in 1879. Although cricket initially took the priority, seven years later, the team won their first silverware, the West London Amateur Cup, beating St Matthew's 2-1 in the Final.
New name, new home
In outgrowing its origins the Club's title was shortened to Fulham Football Club in January 1889, meaning the original nickname of the Saints had to be dropped.
As results improved and progress was made, we also found ourselves a new home – moving from park pitches, pub changing rooms and a groundshare with Wasps Rugby Club to a seven-acre site located on the north bank of the Thames.
Craven Cottage –
In 1896, after two years of development, the Club finally took residence in their new home – one that would not only match our ambitions but also offer a more secure foundation to move forward.
Fulham won their first home game too, beating Minerva 4-0 in the Middlesex Senior Cup, and very quickly the symbolic relationship between Club and ground was forged. To this day, few clubs can claim to be more synonymous with its home.