ACC Becomes First Power 5 Conference to Utilize Teamworks across Entire OrganizationDURHAM, NC – Teamworks, the industry leader in mobile collaboration and communication software for athletic organizations, is excited to announce an expanded partnership with the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). Following successful utilization during 2017 ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament and ACC Baseball Championship, the ACC will now employ communication and information sharing capabilities conference-wide, making the ACC the first Power 5 Conference to capitalize on Teamworks’ operational efficiencies across its entire organization and in service of its membership.“The majority of our member institutions already use Teamworks with great success, so it was an easy choice to expand our use throughout even more areas within the league,” said ACC Commissioner John Swofford. “Teamworks has become the industry standard for athletic organizations and furthers the ACC’s priority to provide the best resources to our conference members.”At the forefront of innovation in athletics, Teamworks’ software effectively eliminates operational inefficiencies for more than 2,000 athletic-related entities around the world. As today’s leagues and championship events become increasingly more complex, Teamworks’ offerings are especially applicable for the governing bodies that work to ensure a seamless experience for member organizations and manage untold moving parts over the course of a year.Teamworks will deliver the ACC a variety of management solutions that allows staff to securely share important documents, forms, schedules, videos, itineraries and more through the convenience of their mobile devices. The ACC’s partnership with Teamworks provides timesaving advantages to the conference in the form of a specialized messaging module that allows access to shared communication through talk, text, and email. By making Teamworks its preferred communications software provider, the ACC builds upon last year’s success and joins the company of other prestigious athletic organizations such as the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments, Big Ten Conference Officiating, Pac-12 Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament, Mountain West Conference, Southland Conference, USA Baseball and USA Track & Field in utilizing Teamworks to revamp communication and collaboration methods across their championships and other internal offices.“Our core product’s functionality is designed specifically to fit the needs of large organizations like the ACC,” said Zach Maurides, Teamworks founder and CEO. “Teamworks will greatly improve the quality of collaboration across all departments within the league office and make it easier to work directly with athletic department officials at each of the league’s 15 member institutions.”The ACC and Teamworks first partnered together on the league’s men’s basketball and baseball championships in 2017. Teamworks’ expanded role with the conference goes into effect in March 2018.About TeamworksBased in Durham, NC and Founded in 2004, Teamworks is the leading provider of mobile collaboration software for athletic organizations. Teamworks has helped athletic teams, departments, and organizations across the country improve the way they share information and communicate. More than 2,000 clients utilize Teamworks’ products including more than 1,500 NCAA Division I programs; more than 90 Football Bowl Subdivision programs, including over 90% of the Autonomous Conferences institutions; 37 Power Five department-wide institutions such as Alabama, Stanford, Duke, Oklahoma and Purdue; Big Ten Conference; Mountain West Conference; NCAA; NFLPA; Major League Lacrosse; United Soccer League; USA Baseball; San Francisco 49ers; Arizona Cardinals; Detroit Lions; Washington Nationals; San Francisco Giants; Chicago Bulls; Nashville Predators; Calgary Flames and Pittsburgh Penguins. For more information about Teamworks, please visit teamworksstage.wpengine.com.About the ACCThe Atlantic Coast Conference, now in its 65th year of competition and 15 members strong, has long enjoyed the reputation as one of the strongest and most competitive intercollegiate conferences in the nation. ACC members Boston College, Clemson, Duke, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Miami, North Carolina, NC State, Notre Dame, Pitt, Syracuse, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest continue to build upon the cornerstones on which the league was founded in 1953 with a consistent balance of academics, athletics and integrity. The ACC currently sponsors 27 NCAA sports – 14 for women and 13 for men – with member institutions located in 10 states. For more information, visit theACC.com and follow @theACC on Twitter and on Facebook (facebook.com/theACC).