ClubView have today hit their latest 2020 milestone by successfully demonstrating the first developed module of the platform to pilot club, Oxford United.

EFL League One side Oxford United signed up as a pilot club in December 2019, and have been working closely with ClubView providing data and insight to assist with the product development.

The initial demo included features based initially around ticketing and attendance, showing all historic attendance revenue and data, League benchmarks, and predicted attendance for future matches using our ClubView xR (Expected Revenue) Artificial Intelligence.

ClubView CTO Josh Vasquez Rendo was glad to put the development in front of the club users; “We’ve been working incredibly hard since the turn of the year to build and future proof the back end databases that will drive the platform. Now we’ve layered on the front end and been able to share it with our eventual users, we are really pleased with the initial feedback. We will continue to develop with football club input as we expand the range of the ClubView platform.”

Following the initial demo, ClubView and Oxford United will continue work collaboratively to further develop the platform, adding additional reporting and revenue streams and undertaking user testing during the coming weeks.

Niall McWilliams, Managing Director at Oxford United said “It’s great to be involved as a pilot club for ClubView. As a club we often talk about sustainability being one of our key pillars, and by working together on this project we feel we are really helping to shape a platform that will help other clubs in the very near future. It was great to see the quality of the platform and reporting, as well as the financial predictions for our forthcoming matches. My only comment after the demo was to please build the full platform as quickly as possible!”

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