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WOKING Football Club has teamed up with Spider Networks to launch The Cards Online, a dynamic and innovative portal providing subscribing fans with exclusive club audio, video and messaging services.
Cricket club hoping ground-breaking new website will help them to communicate better with supporters. Most Premiership football clubs already operate similiar subscription sites for their fans, but Kent are breaking new ground in bringing interactivity into cricket following the launch of their Spitfires Online extranet service.
KENT unveiled a state-of-the-art new website this week - the first of its kind in English county cricket. The new service - a bolt-on to its existing site - offers fans the chance to buy a host of different subscription packages allowing them to access video content of player and coach interviews, enter club chat-rooms and access to exclusive content.
KENT have become the first county cricket club to launch an online interactive website offering supporters the latest news and interviews from the St Lawrence Ground. Read more
Aldershot Town have become the first Nationwide Conference National club to leverage the outreach of its official website and provide fans with possibly the most progressive and intuitive set of streaming audio, video and SMS services and interactive communications tools available on today's market. Read more
Aldershot Town FC launched their new official website, becoming the first Conference club to provide fans with possibly the most progressive and intuituve set of communication tools on today's market. The club teamed up with London-based Spider networks, to build their new site. Read more
BiblioTech, an Internet-based interactive communications provider, announced that it has changed its trading name to Spider Networks. Separately, the U.K.-based firm also announced that it has appointed Fred Porter as its new chairman and Jim Conroy as chief executive officer. Read more
Hosted Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions are creating new market opportunities with associations, education authorities, enterprises, ISPs and sports clubs. Read more
BiblioTech, a leading provider of web-based
interactive communications solutions to associations, education authorities,
enterprises, Internet service providers and sports clubs, today announced that it
has changed the company's trading name to Spider Networks. The company also
announced the appointment of Fred Porter as chairman and Jim Conroy as Spider
Networks' chief executive officer. Read more
The slick new site from the Scottish Premiership football club is bound to get fans excited. It contains all the news and information you would ever need, a shop (Falkirk FC Tax Disc Holder anyone?), prices, fixtures and results, and much more. All the players are profiled, there are acres of information on youth, kids and ladies teams, and details on how to hire the stadium for a wedding or a knees-up.
Sign up to be a part of the club's 'Internet Army' and you get access to behind-the-scenes streamed video footage, interviews and a falkirkfc.net email address. If the league table was judged on websites alone Falkirk would be battling it out at the top. Read more
From one integrated dashboard customised to give the look and feel of an enterprise website, BISCit 's virtual office enables enterprise employees, channel partners and suppliers to interact within and beyond the corporate wall. Read more
Spider Networks, a leading provider of interactive web communications solutions for enterprise intranets and extranets, today announces that Internet service provider BISCit has white-labelled Spider's virtual office and will market the hosted solution as an integral part of its broadband packages.
Spider Networks has agreed a deal with Sportnetwork to enable fans at 160 clubs and associations across the UK to better interact with their clubs and other fans. The system uses Spider's web-based communications solutions. Sportnetwork boasts more than 10 million page impressions every month and 400,000 unique users. Read more
Spider Networks has announced the appointment of Intelligent Online Solutions provider E-Telegence.com as an international reseller of its interactive web communications solutions. Under the terms of a business and technology agreement, E-Telegence will leverage Spider's best-of-breed solutions to develop interactive platforms on the websites of its customer base of enterprises, sports clubs, recruitment agencies and holiday tour operators. Read more
Revenue from Raith Rovers interactive fan website could help secure the club's long-term football ambitions, says Stark's park commercial manager John Drysdale. The Fife club teamed up with London-based whizz-kids Spider Networks to set-up the interactive internet site last month and yesterday announced new online services for subscribing fans. Read more
Raith Rovers have hit the Net with the launch of a new members-only website - although fans will have to fork out to access it. The new subscription based site, raithrovers.net, comes with added features such as daily bulletins, streamed audio and video, text message alerts and interactive chat sessions with the manager and players. Read more
Aware that a club is nothing without its fans, Raith Rovers FC has added a new interactive section to its website to strengthen ties with supporters and local businesses. Read more