Windstream Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:WIN) And Pittsburgh Steelers Continue Their Association

Windstream Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:WIN) reported that the Pittsburgh Steelers continues their long-standing association with the firm to offer services that will fulfill the team’s demands for coordination and communication line assignment during events and during the season for different media firms that broadcast the games.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers have the merit of being one of the most remarkable and the seventh-oldest franchises in the NFL. Established in the early 1920s and then turning into the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1933, the firm takes pride in being the sole team to win 6 Super Bowl Championships. For the preceding 23 years of that renowned history, the Steelers have looked on Windstream for different services from data connections to basic business lines, Ethernet connectivity and point-to-point access.

Scott Phelps, the VP of Technology at Pittsburgh Steelers, expressed that in a world of information, consumers demand access to the latest update about the team, from replays to in-depth assessment, enabling no place for failure.

To ensure this sort of reliability, they entrust Windstream with the challenge of keeping a correct inventory of lines to be allocated on demand as well as for games during the football season in different segments of Heinz Field, including technicians planned to be on site during games and events. They couldn’t be more delighted with Windstream’s continuous technical support and communication.

Windstream’s commitment to the Pittsburgh Steelers comprises in-depth quarterly business assessments with the team’s IT staff and operations to understand their level of satisfaction with Windstream support, and reviewing their services and products for potential renewal and upgrades opportunities.

Joseph Harding of Windstream expressed that they value their association with the Pittsburgh and being a part of their history of success. By using their strong metro-fiber assets to support the data transport needs of Steelers, they can continue to emphasis on what they perform best.

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