Steve Harvey fans to embark on a new digital experience built on IBM Cloud

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Steve Harvey IBM CloudSteve Harvey is an entertainment legend. You might be one of the millions that tunes into the radio and TV shows he hosts. Maybe you’re a fan of his legendary stand-up comedy specials. Or maybe you’ve read one of his best-selling books, or heard about his growing business and philanthropic efforts.

So where can fans find Steve? Look to a new digital experience powered by a mobile app and a brand new website built on the IBM Cloud.

Steve Harvey World Group (SHWG), the business behind the world-famous entertainer, just announced they are building a new digital experience on IBM Cloud for Steve Harvey fans. The experience spans digital and mobile, delivering new ways to engage hundreds of millions of fans with exclusive video and more from Steve.

The new digital experience will be the central hub connecting all of Steve Harvey’s companies. And it’s serious business. The digital experience is leveraging IBM Cloud’s infrastructure as a service, content delivery network and microservices, including API Connect, Analytics and Mobile Foundation.

SHWG will use the experience to gather business intelligence through data-driven insights that will help identify new revenue opportunities and potential partnerships.

For more details on what SHWG is building on IBM Cloud, check out the announcement. Want to learn how IBM can deliver business intelligence to your company? Explore IBM Cloud.

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