Basketball programs starting to utilize new iPad technology NBA and NCAA basketball programs have started adopting iPad technology similar to what is used by NFL and NCAA football programs
BALTIMORE, Oct. 1, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Global Apptitude LLC, the creator of Playbook for iPad and the company that services a third of the NFL for their technology needs, announced this week the signing of three NCAA basketball programs and one NBA franchise. The Milwaukee Bucks, the University of Maryland, Stanford University, and Duke University are all now using iPads and the Global Apptitude software product.
Randy Fusee, Global Apptitude LLC partner, sees this trend continuing. "We released our basketball, hockey, and soccer versions of our application earlier this summer and the interest has been overwhelming. Some things are universal across all sports – the need to prepare. Our technology takes player preparation to the next level. We're seeing adoption from both men's and women's programs."
Coach Joanne McCallie of Duke University agrees. "I know that these iPads can help us get better and more efficient in all areas" said Coach McCallie. "Whether that is on the court, in the classroom, or for this instance, giving our coaching staff and our team the best advantages possible; we are excited about our partnership with Global Apptitude. Our entire program can access videos, schedules and scouting reports with the touch of a button from anywhere in the country."
About Global Apptitude LLC
Global Apptitude LLC is the creator of Playbook for iPad, a suite of iPad tools uniquely focused on the Coach/Player teaching and learning dynamic. For more information or to setup a live product demonstration, visit the Global Apptitude website at http://www.globalapptitude.com.
SOURCE Global Apptitude LLC