Alabama Adapted Athletics Implements Teamworks to Instill Efficient Communication for Return to CampusThe #1 Player Engagement PlatformAlabama’s program leads the charge as Teamworks’ first partner in collegiate adapted athletics.DURHAM, NC – – Teamworks, the leading athlete engagement platform for collegiate and professional organizations, is pleased to announce a partnership with the University of Alabama’s Adapted Athletics department. As one of the winningest programs in collegiate adapted athletics, Alabama Adapted will use Teamworks to streamline student-athlete, staff and booster communication and centralize program operations into one platform.“It is clear to us that we will need to have a way to more efficiently and quickly communicate with our student-athletes as they return to campus during the COVID pandemic,” said Dr. Brent Hardin, Executive Director of Alabama Adapted Athletics. “The fact that we will be integrated into the existing Teamworks infrastructure that is already in place with the other varsity teams on campus is a huge benefit for us. Teamworks will allow us to immediately take our communication to a new level, helping strengthen our medical and safety efforts.”Serving about 30 student-athletes each year, Alabama Adapted sponsors competitive collegiate sports in men’s and women’s wheelchair basketball and wheelchair tennis. As the department continues to grow, emerging sports include adapted rowing and wheelchair track.“Over the last 5 years we have experienced historical growth with our program in terms of facilities, staffing, and programing,” said Dr. Hardin. “One of the key areas in our strategic plan is to improve how we communicate as a staff and with our student-athletes, booster club, and supporters. We believe Teamworks will pay huge dividends in improving our efficiency and professionalism and spur further positive growth over the next 5 years and beyond.”With a roster of more than 2,000 collegiate teams, Alabama Adapted in Teamworks’ first collegiate partner in adapted athletics and joins a growing list of parasport clients, including several US national governing bodies.“We value our relationship with the University of Alabama and are excited to grow this partnership with the addition of the adapted athletics program,” said Zach Maurides, CEO and Founder of Teamworks. “With this fall holding a great deal of uncertainty for collegiate athletics, Teamworks wants to ensure that every student-athlete, coach, and staff member receives swift communication as decisions are made and plans for student-athletes to return to campus are executed. Our partnership with Alabama Adapted guarantees every student-athlete on campus will have a centralized platform to access crucial information.”About TeamworksTeamworks is the leading athlete engagement platform, empowering more than 3,000 clients around the world to better connect and collaborate by simplifying their internal processes. Based in Durham, North Carolina, Teamworks creates a culture of communication and accountability for more than 2,000 NCAA Division I programs including every Autonomous Conference institution; professional teams in the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, MLS and EPL; collegiate and professional conferences; and national governing bodies. Visit teamworksstage.wpengine.com for more information.