EOC Restructures Digital Platforms to Benefit NOCS

By Community | January 27, 2014

The European Olympic Committees (EOC) has announced today it has updated its digital platforms. 

This movement hopes to help the EOC communicate more efficiently with its 49 National Olympic Committee members, herbal (NOC) and also promote integration for all parties within the Olympic Movement. 

Furthermore in hoping to achieve its goals a new website has been set up including an intranet facility where member NOCS can download documents and carry out online accreditation for EOC. 

The new website is driven by a state-of-the-art Content Management System (CMS) which will be operated entirely in-house by EOC staff in Rome. 

Along with the new website a new twitter handle has been added and created to communicate EOC news published from the website and promote wider stories from the Olympic movement.

EOC Secretary General Raffaele Pagnozzi said:“Our new website and Twitter account are now fully operational and we are very happy with these upgrades to our online presence. These platforms are often the first contact point for our NOCs and the media. These stakeholders want to engage with us in a simple and appealing way. Now they can do that more easily than ever.” 

EOC President Patrick Hickey, who is also an IOC Executive Board Member, Said: “The EOC’s updated digital platforms are part of our wider vision to constantly improve how we support our NOCs. The new website and social media account will significantly enhance our communications around some of our vision’s key components, such as the European Games.”