News, V. – A-10 has signed a multi-year partnership with industry leading content and compliance software company INFLCR. The agreement provides all 10 institutions with the necessary resources and technologies to support their student-athletes opportunities along with NIL. The three-tier platform provides educational resources, product-building techniques, and expression technology in many states.
Supporting membership needs is the role of the conference office. Information and results instability related to student-athlete NIL’s ability to use and earn NIL, this partnership will help A-10. Administrators who support student-athletes as they take new opportunities, ”said Atlantic 10 Commissioner Bernadette V. McGlade. “INFLCR has an amazing set of services that can eliminate insecurity on campus and skip the student-athlete and A-10 production building.”
With the INFLCR-certified platform, A-10 student-athletes will be provided with technology to improve their personal storytelling skills. The certified INFLCR also provides A-10 student-athletes with a wide range of educational and financial resources to facilitate and generate personal identification with their name, image and image.
The INFLCR-certified platform provides a strong complement to the A-10 Athletics Departments to assist student-athletes in managing their athletic activities, allowing them to fully respect the foreign trade opportunities. INFLCR has previously worked with Atlantic 10. selected member organizations. The new agreement provides NIL education, tools and technology to all 14 member schools and student-athletes.
“With so much NIL oversight in the early stages of the Nile era, it is wise for the Conference to have a strategy like Atlantic 10,” said Jim Cavale. Founder and CEO of INFLCR. Together, we encourage student-athletes, staff, and other A-10 representatives to establish, communicate, and monitor all NIL regulations in technology, and to encourage student-athletes in product development technology, education around Nile, and, of course, all the tools needed to build a successful NIL business. With this partnership, we will build a NIL record system for A-10, and we could not be happier with this.
The agreement with INFLCR complements the NIL partnership with Team Altemus and Anomoly Sports Group in July to provide a series of conference-wide virtual and “defense education” and other resources to all member institutions and student-athletes. Man workshops. The partnership provides individual institutional sessions for each member school. A-10 now builds NIL Partnerships, a key member of all NIL partnerships, to enable student-athletes to explore and thrive in the new NIL environment, and provides member organizations with the confidence and tools to effectively support and educate student-athletes.
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It was the Atlantic 10 Conference A.D. Founded in 1975 and has 14 different members in eight states and Washington, DC, the mission is to provide an improved student-athlete experience in 21 national championships. The Basketball Center Conference is committed to providing quality and competitive championship experiences for loyalty, excellence and student-athletes, coaches and support staff. Membership includes Davidson College, Dayton University, Duxense, University, Fordham University, George Mason University, George Washington University, La Salle University, Massachusetts University, Rhode Island University, Richmond University, St. Bonaventure University, St. Joseph University, St. Louis University and Virginia Conway University. Visit for more information www.atlantic10.com.
INFLCR is a software platform for teaching and preparing college athletic staff and student-athletes for new opportunities and guidelines from the current NIL law, all powered by a high-quality content delivery through the INFLCR mobile app. INFLCR works with more than 1,000 college and professional sports teams with a network of more than 1,000 athletic users. Visit www.inflcr.com For more information.