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CRi (Client Resources, Inc.) is launching a mobile fan experience application, under its new company, From Now On. CRi is excited to announce the launch of our new fan experience company. We are proud that the first to experience the app will be the University of Nebraska at Omaha fans at Baxter Arena. The app will be in the app store under Mav Experience on October 7, 2015.
The app will allow sports fans access information on player statistics, team rosters, game schedules, where in the stadium or arena they can easily find merchandise and food, and much more. In the first quarter of 2016, From Now On will launch its student experience app tailored to engage students in college and campus life. From Now On has found significant interest from other colleges and universities in the U.S. They are actively marketing and implementing this product.
Client Resources, Inc. is a certified woman-owned Omaha-based corporation that has received several awards for its growth, quality of service and excellence in business. CRi is recognized regionally as a technology partner that organizations turn to when they need top IT talent and proven innovation technology solutions that enable companies to successfully achieve their strategic business objectives and goals. CRi has built a reputation for delivering the highest level of technical competency in Mobile App Development, Software Design and Delivery, User Experience Design and Advisory Services.
From Now On is working to make the app available at other college and university stadiums and arenas. For more information about From Now On please contact John Skolaski at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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