University of Georgia and Georgia Tech Athletic Departments Adopt Teamworks to Streamline Communication and Information SharingLeading Athletic Communication Software Provides Competitive Edge in Connecting Student-Athletes, Coaches and StaffDURHAM, NC – Teamworks, the industry leader of mobile collaboration and communication software for athletic organizations, is pleased to announce a new relationship with the athletic department at the University of Georgia and Georgia Tech. As the Bulldogs’ and Yellow Jackets’ collaboration software provider, Teamworks will streamline communication for coaches, athletic trainers, advisors and administrators while centralizing player and staff information. Georgia and Georgia Tech join other Southeastern Conference and Atlantic Coast Conference athletic departments and prestigious NCAA Division I programs investing in Teamworks’ platform to modernize student-athlete engagement and optimize internal operations.“We are thrilled to adopt Teamworks across all teams and have all Bulldogs on board,” said Greg McGarity, J. Reid Parker Director of Athletics, University of Georgia. “Georgia Football and Women’s Basketball used Teamworks for multiple seasons, allowing the teams to streamline communications, ensuring coaches and players have the right information at the right time, leading to more time for student-athlete development. Adopting the platform department-wide allows us to operate more efficiently and seamlessly manage student-athlete time commitments.”Delivering the Bulldogs and Yellow Jackets many timesaving solutions, Teamworks’ tools will allow coaches and staff to spend more time developing student-athletes by eliminating inefficiencies and promoting uniformity across the department. Teamworks will revamp these teams’ communication methods, ease file sharing processing, reduce paper-driven processes and more through the convenience of mobile devices, resulting in both time and hard good savings.“Everyday, we strive to enhance the lives of our 392 student-athletes and prepare them to perform at the highest level in competition and in the classroom,” said Todd Stansbury Director of Athletics, Georgia Tech. “Implementing Teamworks across all 17 varsity sports and our administration, we reinforce our commitment to success on and off the field. From the preseason to championships, class registration to finals, communicating and sharing information in a simple way promotes open collaboration and accountability as we work to develop student-athletes.”At the forefront of innovation in athletics, Teamworks offers an unparalleled depth and breadth of functionalities to more than 1,500 athletic-related entities around the world including some of the biggest names in sports. As today’s sports organizations and athletic departments become increasingly more complex, Teamworks’ offerings promote a seamless internal operation for those managing untold moving parts over the course of a season. In collegiate athletics, Teamworks streamlines information sharing for more than 1,200 NCAA Division I teams. Powerhouse programs that have already deployed Teamworks across their athletic departments include Alabama, Florida, Baylor, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt, Duke, Virginia and Ole Miss.“Georgia and Georgia Tech join the elite intercollegiate programs recognizing the ubiquity of mobile technology and modernizing internal operations through Teamworks to take advantage of today’s communication conventions,” said Zach Maurides, Teamworks founder. “Teamworks acts as the grease within an organization, making sure departments like Georgia and Georgia Tech run smoothly and seamlessly. Moving forward, the Bulldogs and Yellow Jackets can compete without distraction, knowing information is at their fingertips and everyone is operating in sync.”Beyond collegiate athletic teams and departments, other major partners include the NCAA, which has enhanced its March Madness tournaments and other championship events experience for all staff, participating teams, officials and game-site representatives through Teamworks as well as the National Football League Players Association, which uses the software to communicate and share information with every active NFL player. Across professional sports, Major League Baseball, National Football League and National Hockey League teams as well as the entire United Soccer League and Major League Lacrosse organizations utilize Teamworks. Additional athletic-related businesses and governing bodies applying the software include the Big Ten Conference, Atlantic Coast Conference, Mountain West Conference, and adidas Team Sales.For more information about Teamworks, please visit teamworksstage.wpengine.com. About Teamworks:Teamworks is the leading provider of mobile collaboration software for athletic organizations based in Durham, NC. Founded in 2004, Teamworks has helped athletic teams, departments, and organizations across the country improve the way they share information and communicate. More than 1,500 clients utilize Teamworks’ products including over 1,200 NCAA Division I programs; more than 85 Football Bowl Subdivision programs at over 85% of the Autonomous Conferences institutions; 31 Power Five department wide institutions such as Alabama, Texas, Ole Miss, Baylor, Virginia and Duke; the Big Ten Conference, the Mountain West Conference, and the NCAA; the NFLPA; Major League Lacrosse; United Soccer League; USA Baseball; the San Francisco 49ers, Arizona Cardinals, Detroit Lions, Washington Nationals, San Francisco Giants, Nashville Predators and Pittsburgh Penguins. For more information about Teamworks, please visit teamworksstage.wpengine.com.