e-Sports ... IBM's e-business Solutions for Sports

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As the information technology partner for many of the world&#039;s most prominent sports, IBM is a leader in developing technology solutions that enhance the way sports organizations conduct their businesses, orchestrate their events & communicate with their fans. </span></p><p><span>Through a combination of corporate sponsorships, partnerships & commercial relationships, IBM&#039;s sports solutions combine the power of Internet technology with leading - 31 Aug 1998:

and Sydney 2000. As Worldwide Information Technology Partner, IBM provides systems, support, application development, consulting and planning services, and integrates products from other companies to deliver a coordinated performance at the Olympic Games. IBM set new Internet world records at the 1998 Olympic Games when the official Nagano Games Web site, powered by IBM, registered an unprecedented total of nearly 650 million "hits" during the 16 days of the Games. Leading the Way to the Future -- Teamwork at its Best

For sports organizations, the Internet represents the ultimate new channel for efficiently reaching fans and consumers around the world. The experience IBM has gained from designing, developing and powering sports Web sites is a valuable business asset as it helps other customers implement similar e-business applications every day. IBM's success with these Web sites demonstrates its ability to provide robust, scalable and secure Internet solutions in an increasingly networked world. In partnership with the world's premier sports organizations, IBM's global team of professionals combine expertise and technology to deliver end-to-end, mission-critical solutions for the 21st century.

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