Kinduct, a world-leading provider of athlete performance software, has added the San Jose Sharks to its expanding list of elite sports clients. The Sharks have been one of the most impressive teams in the NHL this post-season and – for the first time in franchise history – San Jose has advanced to the Stanley Cup Finals by defeating St. Louis in 6 games. San Jose’s decision to adopt Kinduct’s highly innovative cloud-based Athlete Management System allows the Sharks organization to seamlessly collect, analyze and action on large amounts of athlete data in a centralized technology platform. Through Kinduct’s software both player and position specific strength and conditioning programs can be pushed to the Sharks’ athletes whether they are at home or on the road.
“We are very pleased to announce that the Sharks have implemented Kinduct’s Athlete Management System this season” said Kevin Forbes, Head Product Specialist with Kinduct. “Our software technology provides the Sharks’ Performance Coordinator and athletes with a suite of cutting-edge tools and applications that deliver highly meaningful insights on athlete performance. Given the flood of performance data that is now available for collection and analysis, top level sports teams are seeking out innovative companies like Kinduct to help them gain a competitive advantage. Kinduct’s fundamental overarching goal is to help organizations achieve the best outcomes possible while avoiding preventable injury and we look forward to working with the Sharks as we continue to innovate our technology in this rapidly changing sports science space.”
“I am very excited to offer our performance program to our athletes via the Kinduct platform”, said Mike Potenza, Strength and Conditioning Coordinator of the San Jose Sharks. “Its content, accessibility and video support provides us with a solution that is deliverable and secure. Kinduct’s expanding capabilities will allow us to compare the physical testing measures of current and past athletes through their performance data management application. Through performance data analysis we can now pinpoint the planning of physical development and sustainability training for our young players and veteran players.”
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