Meet the omni-channel experience that is Wimbledon 2016

The Championships, Wimbledon¬†2016 started yesterday, June 27, and run until July 10. During these two weeks of intense competition, Wimbledon and the competing players will be names and brands in an event that will not only be on television screens large and small across the globe in real time and recorded, but also available and accessible on myriad devices, from smartwatches to big-screen PCs, almost anything that can connect to the global internet any time anywhere. To be sure, there’s

Henman Hill

IBM delivers the experience at Wimbledon 2015

The picture above is of a landmark that’s well known by fans of the Wimbledon Championships tennis tournament that is taking place in London right now. It’s Henman Hill, the grassy mound smack in the middle of the Wimbledon venue, nicknamed thus for the now-retired British player Tim Henman. It’s packed with people – and usually more than than you see here – enjoying the live tennis on huge screens at the side of Number 1 Court to the right,

IBM develops mobile apps for Wimbledon

If you’re a Wimbledon fan and you have an iPhone or iPod Touch, and you want to keep up with what’s happening at this year’s tennis championship no matter where you happen to be, there’s a treat in store for you. Just head over to the App Store and install the Wimbledon iPhone Application. It’s free and works on an iPhone running the new OS 3.0 (I have it installed). The minimum requirement is OS 2.0. I’m not a huge

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