Clue is shortlisted for ISA Sports Tech Company Award
Clue has been shortlisted for the 2022 International Sports Awards’ Sports Tech Company Award, hosted by the International Sports Convention.
Celebrating the finest sports work in the world, the ISAs recognise individual, group and company achievements with honour and recognition on an annual basis.
Last year’s winner in the ISAs’ Sports Tech category was Hawk-Eye Innovations, well known for its cutting-edge live officiating technology, used across the sporting world.
Protecting the spirit of sport
As opportunities to participate as athletes and spectators evolve, sport thrives, but so do opportunities for exploitation.
We’re proud to provide our intelligence and investigation management application to leading sports organisations globally, who use Clue as a single application to detect, investigate, and prevent threats to sports integrity.
“In being shortlisted for this award, Clue Software has been recognised for its provision of software that helps protect the sports environments for athletes, officials and spectators,” said Phil Suddick, Head of Sport at Clue.
“Sports customers represent a rapidly increasing portion of our user base. Top-level sports clubs, diverse governing bodies and innovative data companies are using Clue every day to effectively manage intelligence and investigations into a range of threats, including corruption, match manipulation, doping and safeguarding concerns.
“From a single application, these users can connect into a global sports intelligence sharing network.”
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