The NFL and its players union are seeking to shift the business model of its corporate offices away from traditional office space and to a new technology called “smart offices.”
The move is part of a broader effort to create a more sustainable, flexible and more responsive workplace.
Here’s what you need to know about smart offices.
CFO: Steve DeAngeloThe NFL will be using new technology to help it stay profitable.
The league will also be using a new, proprietary software called “SmartOffice” to help with the technology.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement the NFL is “fully committed to the development of innovative, new and innovative ways to connect its businesses with consumers and provide better access to information.”
Goodell added that “Smart Office” is an “innovative technology” that will help the league “meet and exceed the needs of its players and fans.”
Goodell’s comments come as other leagues are using technology to provide more information to players and their families, and to provide better information for employees.
ESPN reported that the NFL used a new smartphone app that will track player and team attendance and provide information on games to players.
The NFL has also launched a new “GameCenter” platform that will allow players to interact with fans and fans to interact directly with players.
ESPN’s Matt Bowen reported the NFL also has begun using a website called “Pardon the Interruption” that is designed to keep fans and employees on the same page.