Representatives from Birmingham City recently attended a meeting at Football League Headquarters with Tribe Hive, a new and exciting software company, to discuss the possibility of an interactive and reliable Birmingham City Smartphone App.
The team at Tribe Hive have worked on the Digitalstadium project, and their aims and objectives are to bring connectivity to large crowds of people. Using the technology that was developed under this project, they are now aiming to tailor their skills and expertise in a commercial forum.
Andy Walker, Head of Media and Communications at Birmingham City, tweeted that the meeting on Thursday 26th June was “very fruitful” and the product is potentially something that could be “beneficial” to Birmingham City Supporters.
Birmingham City would hope that any new app could provide supporters who use it with access to live scores, twitter feeds, match day statistics and squad information, using a reliable and innovative signal. It is a real first in the sporting world, and is potentially a very exciting opportunity for the club.
The meeting was encouraging and interesting, and the results of which could ideally enhance the supporter’s football experience.
Further information regarding this potential app will be issued in due course. However, if you want to find out more about the company and the technology behind this potential app, you can visit www.tribehive.co.uk. We will keep you up-to-date on any further developments.