Leeds-based document management specialists, Microform Imaging has been appointed by Huddersfield Town Football Club (HTAFC) to showcase the club's 17/18 Premier League strip through the firm's 360-degree imaging facilities. The technology allows the entire strip to be viewed as one image on the club’s official shop site enabling customers to see with ease products they wish to purchase.
Neil Bowker, Operations Director commented:
‘We are thrilled to have been able to put forward this new service to our partners HTAFC, in helping them showcase their new strip. With them about to enjoy their first ever season in The Premier League, this is an exciting time for the team and we look forward to working with them further to achieve their goals.’
Sean Jarvis, HTAFC’s Commercial Director added:
‘Their technology offered us a service that simple photography stills do not showcase. Fans can see exactly what they are buying online from all angles and it will also preserve the kit in history for future generations and fans.’
"We are thrilled to have been able to put forward this new service to HTAFC, enabling them to showcase the 17-18 football strip as they enter their first ever season in the Premier League'."
A wide range of organisations have benefited from Microform’s 360° imaging service. Universities often have requests for historical artefacts or awards to be photographed. Museums can also use this to display prized possessions to visitors without risking the safety of the physical, often delicate, objects themselves. They have also performed services for the Silverstone Grand Prix F1 Trophy amongst other objects across a wide variety of spectrums.
Microform Imaging Ltd, based in East Ardsley, have over 50 years’ experience and provide one of the most comprehensive, multi-document scanning and microfilming services in the UK.
If you’d like to know more, visit their website or call 01924 825 700
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