PlayerLync Customer Spotlight: Holler & Dash, Rachel's Challenge & Baylor Volleyball

PlayerLync Customer Spotlight: Holler & Dash, Rachel's Challenge & Baylor Volleyball
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At PlayerLync, we're continually humbled by the businesses and organizations who choose us as their content managemt platform. We love helping them streamline communication and achieve excellence, whatever their field, court, or focus. Here are a few of our recent customers and how they're using PlayerLync!

Holler & Dash Biscuit House

New concept restaurant Holler & Dash Biscuit House has two locations open in Alabama but are set to expand soon into Florida and Tennessee. PlayerLync plays a large part in the Holler & Dash store-opening process, swarming the new location with tablets for most all of the staff. With the searchable content employees are empowered to find what they're looking for, from operating procedures to compliance and most important - recipes. Being a new concept chain, the stores can also make use of secure messaging to collaborate with other stores and share best practices.

Rachel's Challenge

Rachel's Challenge is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping schools and businesses become safe places "where bullying and violence are replaced with kindness and respect." The people who take part in Rachel's Challenge programs are inspired to take the lessons they learn out into their communities and homes. PlayerLync is grateful to have been chosen by an organization with such a strong mission. Rachel's Challenge uses PlayerLync to get information to their staff in the home office and on the road, keeping everyone up to date with the same documents and videos.

Baylor Volleyball

Baylor Volleyball is the latest team to roll out of PlayerLync for their coaches and athletes to view documents as well as game, practice, and scouting video, learning from their actions on the court. Athletes and coaches can then communicate about what they see via on-screen video annotations or through the secure in-app messaging system. Go Bears!

Contact us today to hear more about how PlayerLync can help your organization take content management to the next level.

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