How Digital Fitness Tool PLT4M Leverages Data Mapping
PLT4M is a digital training solution designed by two former Division 1 athletes to give high school student-athletes access to fundamental, quality exercises. Its training curricula allow coaches and teachers to focus on students involved in all types of sports—from football and lacrosse to volleyball, track and more. Teachers and coaches can help students leverage PLT4M for sport-related training, personal fitness plans and exercise goals. To reach student-athletes, PLT4M partners with schools, athletics departments and physical education classes across the country. As more educators discovered the value and impact of the program, they formed lasting partnerships with the company. PLT4M grew, and its team members realized they needed a better way to manage partnership data. PLT4M began looking for a resource that could not only help them enhance relationships with educators but also visualize school location data. Team members discovered that by telling real-life training stories from a similar school in a nearby town, educators could imagine the possibilities and success for their own students. To tell these stories, PLT4M needed a student information mapping tool. Doug Curtin, director of school partnerships, turned to Mapline to transform the way his team inspires educators—and to bring his geographic data and training use cases to life on a map.