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Big names in development coming to next month’s AIM HDC

AIM HDC (Heartland Developers Conference) is a 3-day software development event on September 6-8, 2017 for tech professionals, consisting of hands-on workshops, keynotes and other speakers, breakout sessions and networking events. Attendees learn from national industry experts plus regional and local leaders, who share the latest knowledge and demonstrate new techniques. Conference speakers hail from…

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Hudl secures $30M in recent fundraising round

Sports tech company Hudl has announced that it has secured $30 million in funding through a round led by existing investors including Accel, Jeff and Tricia Raikes, and Nelnet. In a news release, Hudl said the investment signals continuing confidence in the company and its mission to capture and bring value to every moment in…

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Hudl announces acquisition of Sportstec

Hudl announced on its web site that it is in the process of acquiring Sportstec, an Australia-based sports performance analysis company. Sportstec serves professional sports teams around the world, including China, Spain, Argentina and New Zealand. They also serve the Chicago Blackhawks and the New York Rangers, as well as 29 of the 30 teams in…

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John Wirtz on how Lincoln’s Haymarket has helped build Hudl

John Wirtz wanted to be a politician.

Growing up in a Kansas City bedroom community, he wanted to help solve people’s problems. He wanted to help community. Bring people together because the whole is bigger than the parts, he says.

Just into his 30s, he isn’t a politician—but he’s still solving problems for 1000’s of coaches and players across the country.

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Hudl acquisition of Ubersense is its fourth, second in two months

Hudl has made its fourth acquisition purchasing Ubersense, a Boston company specializing in interactive video analysis and instruction.

Ubersense was founded in 2011 with the vision to put world-class coaching in everyone’s hands. More than 2.5 million users have installed the Ubersense app for iOS, gaining access to video analysis tools, such as slow-motion review, drawings, and voiceovers. The team’s Android app is in beta testing and will launch in October.

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