Reduce burnout in your athletic department – rethink your workflows

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Streamline Official Visit Workflows

The phrase, “work smarter, not harder” could have been coined with Spry in mind. Through Spry’s new product, SpryConnect, daily athletic department tasks that once required shuffling sheets of paper through multiple offices can be reduced to a series of simple clicks.

Spry has over 30 workflow templates within SpryConnect. These workflows allow administrators and coaches to capture the necessary information, and route it to the appropriate athletic department personnel for approval within minutes! We recognize that recruiting is the lifeblood of every athletic program, but coordinating recruiting visits is cumbersome and time-consuming…that is, until now.

Through SpryConnect, if a coach wishes to request an official visit, they simply need to select the “Official Visit Workflow” from the list of preloaded templates.

Official Visit

After the coach enters the required information (PSA name, sport, date of visit, method of transportation, etc.) and presses submit, the coach’s responses will be routed to the Compliance Department. Compliance can immediately approve the visit with a single click.

Official Visit

 Once approved, the coach will receive an email notification that the visit has been approved and they can then proceed with planning the visit.  It’s just that simple!  

No more annoying paper clips, staples, bundles of paper getting misplaced or chasing administrators down for signatures.  Through SpryConnect, these forms and workflows can be submitted and approved from anywhere.  All you need is a smart phone and the internet.

While SpryConnect has already done the heavy lifting to build out these workflows, administrators, coaches, and compliance officials can customize to the needs of your department.  You can edit workflows on your own and add whatever additional questions or steps you need! 

If you’re interested in learning more about SpryConnect, click here to book your demo now!

Lyle Adams


Lyle was a member of the 2007 NCAA Men’s Soccer Championship team at Wake Forest. After embarking on a professional soccer career, Lyle transitioned to the tech industry, where he was one of the first 100 employees at Uber, designing platforms and tools for data consumers. Lyle also holds a Master’s in Sports Management from Columbia University.