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100 metre race. Long jump. Shot put. High jump. 400 metre race. 110 metres hurdles. Discus throw. Pole vault. Javelin throw. 1500 metre race. Taken together, these are the events popularly recognised as the decathlon. While we may tend to think of athletes as people who excel in their one chosen discipline, there’s nothing quite like the decathlon, in which athletes have to tackle ten.
The Rio 2016 Olympic Games are truly the first Olympics for the digital generation. The Games will be consumed across multiple platforms, and we expect for the first time ever, mobile and online will be the most prominent. Viewers expect the same Olympic Games experience across all platforms. In short, they expect a consistent multichannel customer experience – anytime, anyplace, anywhere. We design, build and manage the IT infrastructure and systems that allow this to happen.
In the digital age where technology is ubiquitous and the new consumer has high expectations around personalisation and choice, it’s imperative for companies to deliver a great performance across all of their channels. Linking the physical and digital worlds to deliver seamless and compelling experiences for customers is the key to omnichannel success.
Consumers demand a reliable, consistent, exceptional service wherever and however they engage with you. We help you create memorable moments through anytime, anywhere seamless interaction across all channels, delivering personalised services.Read all stories from the Games
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