A total of 113 football programs will have access to QwikCut’s video platform.
QwikCut is proud to announce a new partnership with the North Jersey Super Football Conference (SFC) for the 2023-2024 school year. A total of 113 football programs will have access to QwikCut’s video platform. The SFC will also take advantage of the league pool exchange that allows teams to access game film whenever they need it.
As solution providers continue to raise prices, the impact on budgets and affordability for most schools is getting out of control. Making the switch to QwikCut, a full-featured cloud-based system, gives football coaches the functionality they need without sacrificing quality of service. “Organizations are increasingly looking for alternatives. Until now, the market has been a monopoly, with virtually one company offering this service. We are pleased with the overall evaluation and look forward to working with the QwikCut team,” said Denis Nelson, President of the SFC. The switch to QwikCut will end up saving programs and the conference tens of thousands of dollars.
While the initial agreement is for football programs, other varsity sports teams can also take advantage of the partnership. By combining other sports, each school can save thousands of dollars each year. Money that can be spent on high-demand equipment and facility improvements for each school.
“We hear it all across the country, prices keep going up and the customer service keeps going down. We aim to change that model and believe a healthy market should have competition. We applaud the SFC for taking a stand, and we’re excited to start a long-term partnership together,” said Todd DeNoyer, CEO and Founder of QwikCut.
For more information on QwikCut, view details and pricing by visiting their website at www.QwikCut.com.