The North American Hockey League (NAHL) establishes an extended-time period partnership with HockeyTech and HockeyTech’s further providers to make sure higher and extra dependable scouting and participant info.
Stu Siegel, know-how entrepreneur and former Florida Panthers Managing Companion and CEO, based HockeyTech in 2013 (which you’ll be able to study far more about by way of our Startup Profile Collection article on HockeyTech). The corporate supplies hockey-associated applied sciences, analytics and knowledge providers for hockey participant info. It makes use of a cloud-based mostly system to securely handle confidential participant and prospect info.
A few of the HockeyTech’s providers embrace RinkNet, ISS Hockey and FASTHockey. “This partnership with HockeyTech, and extra particularly, RinkNet, ISS Scouting and FASTHockey ensures we’re doing every thing in our energy to reinforce the main target of our gamers,” stated NAHL Commissioner, Mark Frankenfeld. “We’re in a time period the place we’ve skilled a document quantity of participant development and this partnership once more demonstrates how dedicated our house owners are to reinforce that mission.”
RinkNet, based in 1998, provides customers entry to day by day up to date rosters, schedules and participant info for leagues worldwide.
ISS Hockey (Worldwide Scouting Providers) is the Worldwide Scouting Providers is a number one unbiased scouting service and knowledge supplier on hockey prospects. Based in 2002, ISS independently scouts, evaluates, analyzes and ranks gamers.
With the assistance of HockeyTech, the NAHL, and its affiliated leagues within the NAPHL, NA3HL, NA3EHL, may have entry to raised instruments and scouting info. Though HockeyTech is a brand new company id, a few of their manufacturers have been round since 1998. The partnership may also present leagues larger alternatives for gaining scouting info in a neater to entry approach.
“We’re extremely excited to broaden our relationship with North American Hockey League and its affiliate leagues,” commented Marc Ruskin, HockeyTech President. “Through the years we’ve had an unimaginable partnership with the league and look ahead to working collectively to make sure the league has all the instruments it wants to offer gamers with the chance for improvement and development.”