Bradford City are pleased to announce a deal with Complete IT Systems - one of the fastest growing IT companies in Yorkshire - to have them installed as the club's new official IT Supplier.
The club have also struck up a fresh agreement with The University of Bradford which will continue to see their students film various projects for the Bantams, including first-team home fixtures during the current 2012/2013 season.
Complete IT Systems Company Director Ben Gregg said:''We benefit from the partnership because it's a great privilege to be working closely with such an important part of Bradford's heritage and history''.
''Bradford City Football Club are an integral part of our vibrant City and working with them helps us to cement our position as the same.
''Bradford City Football Club are able to benefit from having a close relationship with a successful local business, this gives them faster response, local resources and access to the latest technical advantages whilst also helping to continue Bradford City Football Club's role at the centre of cultural and commercial heritage in our great City'.
''On top of this, purely in commercial terms, Bradford City benefit from having leading, cutting edge technology making the business of football more efficient and therefore delivering real customer benefits and reducing overall costs whilst we benefit through the kudos of acquiring such an important and iconic client to our portfolio''.
Simon Couth, Director of the working academy at The University of Bradford added: ''We have students at the University who have a great educational experience here, but there's nothing like honing these skills in a real production environment such as Bradford City Football Club.''
''One of the reasons our courses are endorsed by Creative Skillset is because we engage our students directly in the industry. Working on proper commissions that lie at the football club, is the best way of building a professional portfolio.'
''It's an amazing opportunity for some of our students who want to work in Sport Journalism to get the experience of being on the gantry alongside Sky and The BBC.'
''Bradford City benefit from the partnership as the University has a fantastic range of media sources, including a fully equipped outside broadcast vehicle and specialist technicians that the football club can call on to support its filming of live matches.'
''Working with the students, Bradford City is able to offer a greater range of edited highlights packages than it has been able to offer its supporters in the past.''
The support of both Complete IT Systems and The University of Bradford will continue to benefit the club's Bantams Player, increasing the amount and quality of the content we broadcast which is great news for all subscribers! And there's more great news ...
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