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Manchester United inks global partnership deal with HCL

Thursday 17 September 2015 | 17:38 CET | News
Football Club Manchester United has signed a global partnership agreement with Indian IT services company HCL Technologies. HCL and Manchester United will jointly explore and unveil a number of digital initiatives to transform the experience of the Club's 659 million global followers. As the first step, HCL will create a United Xperience Lab to be housed within the iconic Old Trafford stadium, which will make it the seventh such lab across the world. Within the lab, HCL and Manchester United will explore ways in which the club uses technology to create a unified fan experience for supporters.

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Categories: IT
Companies: HCL Technologies
Countries: United Kingdom
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