Munster’s Tyler Bleyendaal, Munster Rugby’s Head of Commercial and Marketing Doug Howlett, Munster’s Arno Botha, Vodafone Enterprise Director Regina Moran, and Munster Centre Sammy Arnold at UL
MUNSTER RUGBY has teamed up with a global technology company to enhance its communications among players and staff.
After signing a new partnership with Vodafone Ireland, Munster Rugby will soon roll-out a new communications system that will connect supporters, sponsors, players, coaches and staff.
The new initiative will aim to see the Red Army transform into a global product, and create an interconnected fan base.
The new service will connect staff across offices in Cork and Limerick, including those who work remotely “so staff, coaches and players are digitally enabled for matches, training, and analysis”, the communications company said.
Munster Rugby’s head of marketing, Doug Howlett said they are “delighted” with the new partnership, adding that it will “not only improve Munster Rugby’s connectivity but also enhance the organisation and brand”.
Vodafone Ireland’s enterprise director, Regina Moran said: “Vodafone works with organisations, like Munster Rugby, to match their strategy and goals with the best technology and this partnership is a great example of that.
“They are a small business that wants to grow internationally, but also an organisation with a lot of moving parts, travel requirements and employees based in different locations so connectivity, agility and mobility with the technology to enable them are essential for success”.
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