BOSTON (Jan. 25, 2016) – The National Lacrosse League’s (NLL) Georgia Swarm and DRIVN, the Boston-based coaching app and team building platform, announced plans today to partner through the 2016 season.
“DRIVN is very excited to be working with a world-class organization like the Georgia Swarm,” DRIVN’s CEO Chris Heidelberger stated. “We want to continue to enhance their winning ways and we look forward to helping in their success.”
The Swarm is the first team that DRIVN has partnered with in the NLL. DRIVN’s mobile platform creates a central location where Swarm players and coaches can find all of their useful and important information. Travel schedules, meeting times, conditioning programs, message boards and player notifications are all available from any device.
Once the coaches and trainers establish DRIVN as the communications platform of record, they are able to set customizable trackers that allow them to make data-driven performance decisions through advanced reporting tools within the platform.
“DRIVN has given our players and staff the ability to communicate with one another in a more efficient manner,” Swarm Owner and General Manager John Arlotta said. “We look forward to building a long-standing partnership for many seasons to come.”
No stranger to the sports world, DRIVN works with teams in the NCAA, NHL, AHL, and more. In a league like the NLL where the players are constantly traveling, this partnership helps the Swarm stay organized and more importantly allows the coaches to focus on coaching and building a winning culture.
DRIVN is a mobile app for the sports and fitness industries that improves team performance through tools and data visualization aimed at greatly improving communications and accountability. The company’s flagship product streamlines communication between coaches, administrators, and players, enabling elite college and pro teams to achieve a higher level of performance. Visit DRIVN at www.DRIVN.today to schedule a free demo.
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