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Infostrada teams up with Roambi, mobile sports analytics at Olympics
This article is part of the IT in Europe issue of June 2012
Dutch sports information provider Infostrada has teamed up with mobile BI company Roambi to create an iPhone and iPad app for the Olympics. Philip Hennemann, founder and chief executive of Infostrada Sports, said the tie-up will showcase the possibilities of rendering statistics on mobile devices, especially the iPad, to sports executives on National Olympics Committees and other sports organizations or sponsors. For more on sports BI, analytics SearchSAP.com's editor Todd Morrison blogs on what lessons business can learn from sports analytics Learn how US basketball team the Orlando Magic is using advanced analytics to better read its customers Predictive analytics at play at Wimbledon 2011 shows what victorious players do time after time The Roambi app, which is free, includes data from a form guide to 2012, the "Virtual Medal Table", as well as data from the last four editions of the summer Olympics. The Roambi and Infostrada visualisations will allow people to analyse countries’ performances over the last four Olympics ...
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