JumpForward and XOS Digital Partner to Improve Recruiting Solution for College Coaches and Athletic Departments
JumpForward, a provider of recruiting and compliance solutions for collegiate athletic departments, announced that it will be collaborating with XOS Digital, Inc., a provider of digital asset management solutions for collegiate and professional sports organizations, to deliver an enhanced solution which will help college coaches and athletic departments improve the way in which they recruit potential student-athletes.
The new collaborative solutions from both companies will make it possible for college coaches and athletic departments to access PlayerOnDemand recruiting video, evaluations, and player ratings from XOX Digital, over the Recruiting Solution from JumpForward over the web. Users will also be able to leverage the integrated offering over the JumpForward Traveler iPad application. Subscribing teams and coaching personnel will be able to use this solution to combine all information onto a single screen which will effectively optimize their work flow and evaluation capabilities.
In a release, Jodi Murphy, JumpForward’s Vice President of Coach and Recruiting Solutions, said, “We’re very excited to work together with XOS to improve the recruiting experience for our customers. By tightly integrating two services that are already widely used by college coaches, we are making the recruiting process much more efficient.”
More than 175 college football programs across the country use the XOS PlayerOnDemand solution. The company has spread its video crews across more than 1,500 locations to capture high school football games. The Recruiting Solutions from JumpForward on the other hand are used by more than 3000 college coaches from more than 90 universities located across the country.
JumpForward, established in 2007, provides collegiate athletic personnel and departments with advanced recruiting solutions and mobile applications which have been designed to enhance and improve the recruiting process for prospective student athletes.
Calvin Azuri is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Calvin’s articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves