National Basketball Association (NBA) franchise the Detroit Pistons have announced a partnership with leading athlete engagement platform Teamworks.
The deal will see the Pistons use the technology to provide flexible communication and scheduling solutions to players and began implementing the platform immediately as the team got underway with their training camp.
“Teamworks provides an ideal scheduling and communications platform beneficial to the daily operation of our basketball program,” said Britta Brown, senior director of basketball administration for the Pistons.
“The platform allows for continuous, secure communication between players and staff and easy population and distribution of key information to keep everyone connected. Their customer success team was able to get us up and running quickly and has been efficient in providing great support during the launch of this new technology.”
The Detroit Pistons are among over 100 professional teams around the world that partner with Teamworks, a list that includes a third of teams competing in the National Basketball Association (NBA).
Zach Maurides, CEO and founder of Teamworks, added: “We are excited to welcome the Detroit Pistons to the Teamworks family and provide a player engagement solution that allows staff to successfully coordinate and simplify processes for the team.
"Our ultimate goal is to provide the Pistons with the tools that keep players engaged and on schedule while also assisting staff with daily operations and travel coordination.”
Author: Jake Wilkin