Kerala Blasters ink partnership with MOURI Tech

The Tuskers are currently sitting sixth in the ISL table, collecting five points.

The Indian Super League outfit, Kerala Blasters FC has announced a partnership with MOURI Tech, labelling the company as its official partner in the ongoing ISL 2021-22 season.

MOURI Tech is a world-class enterprise solutions provider which was founded back in 2005. It has a customer base of 500 companies.

The solution providing company has its headquarter in Texas, USA. However, MOURI Tech has its office branches located across five continents, with Centers of Excellence (COE) and innovation hubs.

The company has a strength of more than 4,500 highly talented associates and CMMI level 5 certification. With all that combined, it offers a wide range of industry solutions, IT services, niche expertise, and patented products to cater to customer business transformation needs.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Anil Yerramreddy, Global CEO of MOURI Tech, said: “Partnering with KBFC is a real joy, and we are super excited to be with these star athletes. KBFC is a dynamic and talented organization and we look forward to engaging with the team and their passionate fan base with enthusiasm. We hope to leverage emerging technologies like Artificial Intelligence for data-driven decisions to enhance team’s performance”.

Adding to it, Nikhil Bhardwaj, Director, Kerala Blasters FC, said: “We are elated to partner with a global brand like MOURI Tech. Through this partnership, we hope to leverage their technological expertise and excellent innovation in building a more robust set up across various aspects of our football club. With their mission of bringing quality in everything they do and solving complex problems with ease, we look forward to making great changes together in the sports field.”

On the field, Kerala Blasters are getting ready to face their next opponent, SC East Bengal, scheduled on December, 12. While the Tuskers are currently sitting sixth in the ISL table, collecting five points from their last four league games.

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