Teamworks is an enterprise SaaS company serving collegiate and professional sports organizations globally,
Teamworks has become the clear, market-leading software platform upon which elite sports teams run their day-to-day operations.
Teamworks was founded in 2005 by Zach Maurides. The company is headquartered in Durham, North Carolina, with offices in Birmingham, and Boston.
Teamworks combines its own best-in-class software across multiple product categories with an open platform that allows third-party software providers to fully integrate with the Teamworks Hub to provide a seamless experience across their customers’ entire tech stack.
Teamworks' Operating System for Sports™, powers more than 5,000 sports organizations around the world, including collegiate athletic departments and teams across all of the major professional leagues.
Teamworks’ software solutions drive the operations of the most recognizable sports properties in the world. In 2019, the company acquired INFLCR, and acquired Notemeal in 2021.
Teamworks is backed by General Catalyst, Delta-v Capital, Seaport Capital, Teamworthy Ventures, Blossom Street Ventures, Afia Capital, Stadia Ventures, and others. The company raised $50M in Series D round on Jun 14, 2022. This brings Teamworks' total funding to $103.3M to date.