If there's someone around you that's just really ruining your day, now you don't have to sit there in silence.This is an easy and discreet way to report a problem to stadium personnel so that it can be addressed in a timely manner.
Coral Springs, Florida (PRWEB) January 23, 2009
Super Bowl XLIII uses 21st century technology to insure that fans have a positive experience on February 1, 2009. The NFL selected InStadiumSolutions (ISS) to provide text messaging capabilities to their fans in order to report any unruly or negative behavior. Fans will be able to text issues right from their cell phone directly to the security command center in Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, Florida. The ISS Text Messaging System allows fans to have a voice, and allows the venue to handle issues quickly and effectively.
Text messaging is the simplest tool in giving fans a voice and allowing venues to act upon the issues. The ISS platform allows for venues to increase their efficiency in handling those issues and allows them to connect with their fans in a way that most of us are already very familiar with -text messaging. According to Jeffrey Miller, the NFL's director of Strategic Security, "If there's someone around you that's just really ruining your day, now you don't have to sit there in silence.This is an easy and discreet way to report a problem to stadium personnel so that it can be addressed in a timely manner."
This valuable and flexible tool by InStadiumSolutions is for any venue and is rapidly being implemented by venues in the NFL, NBA, MLB, NCAA and NASCAR. The ISS system was also recently used at the BCS National Championship Game on January 8, 2009 held at Dolphin Stadium.
"We believe every venue, large and small, college or pro, should give their spectators the ability to quickly and discreetly send a message to venue staff for assistance with a variety of game day issues from unruly fan behavior to medical situations. In the past, unless staff was right next to you, spectators would have to get up out of their seats and even leave their family to get the staff's attention. Worse yet, many would just sit in silence and leave the venue without doing anything about it except vowing to never return." says Scott Meyers, VP Sales & Marketing for ISS. "Our system helps solve these issues. The fans' voices can now be heard within seconds and their issues quickly resolved."
InStadiumSolutions offers an all-in-one text messaging solution for any type of venue. Their state-of-the art system allows stadium issues to be received within seconds by stadium staff for quick response and resolution. The easy-to-use web based software platform provides stadiums, arenas and other venues with comprehensive event reports that can be exported to EXCEL with the click of a button.
With the most advanced features and capabilities in the industry, the ISS system can perform several other functions including: 1) use as a staff communication channel 2) use as a parking & weather alert system 3) gives venues/teams the ability to run interactive games & contests and send after-game permission-based marketing messages.
The ISS web-based software can be accessed anywhere in the world from any internet connected computer or cell phone. Each venue has their own unique user name and password to login at http://www.InStadiumSolutions.com to access their secure private administration panel. Multiple venue staff personnel can even be logged on simultaneously to increase response effectiveness.
No fan wants to endure a game sitting by an unruly fan and no fan wants to miss game moments in order to find someone to rectify the problem. "With the InStadiumSolution's text messaging system, the fan now can report the problem - all from their seat - privately and timely, and not miss any moments. To a fan that can't wait to be at the game, well, that's priceless!" says Debbie Popkin, President of ISS
Any venue can contact ISS for a 30 minute online demonstration by visiting them at InstadiumSolutions.com, the ISS website or by calling the ISS office at (954) 514-8988.
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