JMU Athletic Department Adopts Teamworks Communication Software

James Madison University Athletic Department Adopts Teamworks Communication SoftwareAthletic Department Adopts Communication Software to Increase Operational Efficiency DURHAM, NC – – Teamworks, the industry leader in mobile collaboration and communication software for athletic organizations is excited to announce that James Madison University (JMU) has adopted Teamworks department wide. The collaboration will provide JMU’s athletic department, including its 18 varsity teams, with streamlined communication, file-sharing capabilities, travel planning services, and more.“Implementing Teamworks into our 2016-2017 season was a game changer,” said Mike Houston, JMU Head Football Coach. “Teamworks enhanced our team’s interactions on and off the field, from the very first practice, all the way to winning the FCS National Championship. We’re excited to see all of the other JMU teams benefit like we have from adopting Teamworks!”Teamworks will offer JMU many timesaving management solutions, including a messaging module that will revamp the department’s communication methods by modernizing previously paper-driven processes and centralizing information sharing. A collection of paperwork templates, team travel solutions, and individual player profiles will also be tailored to each team’s specific needs. JMU’s decision to begin a department-wide collaboration with Teamworks follows a successful 2016-2017-football season in which the Dukes brought home the Division I FCS National Championship title for the second time in school history.“It’s always a great feeling to see a member of the Teamworks family succeed where they do best as we watched JMU football do this past season,” said Zach Maurides, Teamworks Founder and CEO. “It was especially rewarding to know that Teamworks was able to come in and relieve some of the stress and time taken away from the coaching staff and football team to allow them more time for practice and to focus more on winning games. That’s the way it should be, and we’re excited to do the same thing for the rest of JMU athletics.”At the forefront of innovation in athletics, Teamworks offers an unparalleled depth and breadth of functionalities to some of the biggest names in sports. 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 season. On the professional side, Teamworks works with the United Soccer League, Major League Lacrosse, eight National Hockey League teams, seven National Football League teams, five National Basketball Association teams and four Major League Baseball teams. In collegiate athletics, Teamworks works with over 1,500 NCAA Division I teams including 36 Power Five schools that have adopted Teamworks department-wide. Teamworks also works with the National Football League Players Association, which utilizes Teamworks to communicate and share information with every active NFL player, as well as the NCAA, which adopted Teamworks to modernize its March Madness tournament for all staff, participating teams, officials, and game-site representatives. Other athletic-related businesses and organizations applying Teamworks’ software to increase internal efficiency include USA Baseball, Big Ten Conference, Mountain West Conference and adidas Team Sales.For more information about Teamworks, please visit About TeamworksTeamworks 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 2,000 clients utilize Teamworks’ products including over 1,500 NCAA Division I programs; 95 Football Bowl Subdivision programs, including over 90% of the Autonomous Conferences institutions; 36 Power Five department wide institutions such as Alabama, Texas, Stanford, Notre Dame, Purdue 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, Calgary Flames and Pittsburgh Penguins. For more information about Teamworks, please visit

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