The National Federation of State High School Associations has joined Webonise Lab’s growing list of clients from the sports category. NFHS, the regulating body for the rules of competition of most high school sports and activities in the US, has initiated this new relationship to provide a better digital experience for the thousands of NFHS platform users.
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This week Webonise is introducing the National Federation of State High School Associations as a new client investing in an enhanced digital experience for millions of people across the US. Webonise offices are strategically placed in Raleigh, NC, Indianapolis, IN and Pune, India. In 2014, both Raleigh and Pune were named on a prestigious list of eight global cities emerging as giant, tech hubs in terms of talent and employment. The on-shore/off-shore model, practiced by Webonise, allows for around the clock development cycles, a wider talent pool, in terms of design and development, and lower costs to the client.
Raleigh, NC March 12, 2014 - Webonise Lab, a global, web and mobile development company, announced the addition of the National Federation of State High School Associations to its growing list of clients today at the 2014 South By Southwest technology conference in Austin, TX. Webonise works with a wide range of companies, from large enterprises to startups, in a variety of diverse fields such as aerospace, transportation and philanthropy, but the team has a little extra expertise when it comes to sports. Currently, the company has working relationships with organizations including USA Football, the official youth development partner of the NFL, MLB.com Digital Academy and the Daily Racing Forum.
"While we have clients across many industries, the opportunity to work with and alongside some of the leading brands in sports has provided Webonise with the chance to approach its clients' technology needs from a new and exciting perspective," said Webonise co-founder Rob Katz. “The work we do with established organizations, like the NFHS, gives us a platform to show off our forward thinking and responsive mentality in what has been a historically, traditional marketplace.”
Webonise has already begun work on back-end development to improve the web experience for the thousands of coaches, officials, administrators and others who use the NFHS platform every day. NFHS provides program initiatives to encourage education-based participation experiences for more than 11 million students involved in athletic and activity programs in more than 19,000 high schools. The completion date for the project is set for the summer of 2014.
“We are pleased to be working with Webonise on this important project of improving and expanding our Web site,” said Bob Gardner, NFHS executive director. “The people at Webonise have a great background in Web development, and we look forward to the rollout of our new site this summer.”
Webonise offices are strategically placed in Indianapolis, IN, Raleigh, NC and Pune, India. In 2014, both Raleigh and Pune were named on a prestigious list of eight global cities emerging as giant, tech hubs in terms of talent and employment. The on-shore/off-shore model, practiced by Webonise, allows for around the clock development cycles, a wider talent pool, in terms of design and development, and lower costs to the client.
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Webonise Lab is a product development consultancy team of software engineers, usability experts and business analysts. The company puts a premium on providing clients with strong communication, around the clock development cycles, and the ability to customize a team to meet their strategic and affordability goals. Webonise Lab has become a leading expert at helping clients with patents that are testament to many of their ground-breaking projects. Visit on Twitter @Webonise.
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