Northampton Saints can today announce a new partnership with scheduling and communications platform, Kairos.
Co-founded by former Ireland international and Ulster stalwart Andrew Trimble, Kairos is a market-leader in scheduling, communications, and player engagement, within the world of sports-tech.
The online platform will be utilised by the men in Black, Green and Gold to provide an intuitive, robust, and secure way to manage their internal scheduling and communications.
Kairos ensures all matches, group and one-to-one sessions, appointments, and any other scheduled activity is centralised in one easy-to-access place. Team communications are timely and relevant to each staff member, while ensuring players are more engaged and empowered to manage their individual schedules.
“For me personally it’s always a delight to see elite rugby teams benefiting from Kairos,” said Kairos CEO, Trimble.
“Northampton are a prime example of how to run a Club in a professional and ‘always improving’ way, and we’re really happy they’ve taken the decision to maximise their preparation and performances through the Kairos platform.”Andrew Trimble, former Ireland international
Kairos works with elite teams across the globe – including teams from the EPL, EFL, Premiership Rugby, Pro14, MLS, and international football – to maximise planning efficiency and matchday performance.
“I’m delighted that we brought Kairos to the Club,” said Saints’ attack coach, Sam Vesty. “As a coach, my job is all about matchday results, and having Kairos in our back pockets means that players and staff can focus more of their time on their performance.”
Northampton and Wales fly-half Dan Biggar added: “Detail is key for a player that wants to perform at the highest level. Kairos has massively helped us manage the day-to-day detail of elite sport.
“With Kairos I can just pull out my phone and have my entire weekly plan in front of me; I can see where I need to be and when, I can communicate directly with staff and book medical sessions that suit me, and loads more.”