Bhopal, 2016: CricHQ, the world’s largest digital cricketing platform, is pleased to announce its recent partnership with the Jabalpur Division Cricket Association (JDCA). The partnership will see CricHQ’s digital platform used for 100 of JDCA’s draws, with CricHQ providing scorers and administrators training sessions on using the platform.
The draws have just begun and the JDCA look forward to the opportunities ahead. “We are excited to partner with a leading international digital cricketing platform, and together work to enhance the development of cricket in Jabalpur,” says Hon. president of the JDCA, Dr Nishit Patel.
”CricHQ are a passionate team, and we are confident that this digital platform will enhance the participation, development and performance of our cricketers.” said Dr Patel.
CricHQ regards India as a key market, and aims to digitize cricket and help create more efficient administrative practices for the game in as many areas as possible. CricHQ is pleased to be partnering with the JDCA, and assisting with their cricket administration management and beyond.
Neil Martin, CricHQ’s Chief Operating Officer, currently based in the New Delhi office comments, “India is an incredibly loyal and dedicated cricketing nation, and it gives me immense pleasure to see our world class digital platform put to use in the district of Jabalpur.”
“Our aim is to assist Jabalpur Cricket in better organizational efficiency, which will ultimately lead to greater participation and talent development, for the benefit of cricket in India” adds Neil.
CricHQ was founded in 2010 by CEO, Simon Baker and a leading group of world-famous international cricketers. Today, CricHQ is the world’s largest digital platform for cricket. The company has grown to be the online home for all levels of cricket around the world, making cricket even better for everyone by providing mobile enabled cricket administration, high performance, data and content management tools and CRM capability for cricket organisations; our customers include 49 out of 106 national governing bodies, 350 associations, thousands of leagues, tournaments, clubs, schools, teams and millions of players, coaches, parents, administrators and of course the fans.
CricHQ employs more than 100 staff across six countries including; New Zealand (Wellington), India (Kochi and New Delhi), Sri Lanka (Colombo), South Africa (Cape Town), Pakistan (Islamabad) and England (Worcestershire). Read more about CricHQ here.