We are pleased to announce an exciting new partnership with media management company, Capture.
Capture Visual Media Management, are the leading provider of innovative visual media management solutions, and will deliver cutting-edge Digital Asset Management (DAM) software to enhance the club’s media management capabilities.
As part of this partnership, Lewes Football Club will gain access to Capture’s game-changing DAM software, designed specifically for organizations capturing iconic sporting moments.
By leveraging this advanced platform, the club will have a powerful tool at their fingertips to streamline their media management operations and elevate their brand presence.
With Capture’s DAM software, Lewes Football Club will benefit from a range of features tailored to meet the specific demands of the professional sports industry.
These include seamless asset organization and tagging, hyper-personalised user experiences, built-in clipping and editing, efficient and speedy distribution workflows, secure and scalable cloud storage, integrated rights management and more.
Our Communications Manager, Jack Towers, had this to say: “We are absolutely thrilled to be working with Capture ahead of our new season for both our men’s and women’s teams.
“At Lewes we always want to find ways of taking ourselves to the next level off the pitch as well as on, and what Capture provide will help us make a significant leap in both our social media coverage and media management.”
Abbie Enock, founder of Capture Visual Media Management added: “We are delighted to be partnering with Lewes Football Club, an organization that shares our unwavering commitment to equity. Lewes FC’s remarkable efforts in promoting equality and inclusivity within the sports industry align perfectly with our values.
“Together, we aim to create a powerful synergy that not only enhances their media management capabilities but also furthers the cause of equity in sport.
“We are honored to be part of their journey and look forward to making a positive impact together.”