Ferris State Professional Tennis Management and Dartfish Video Software Solutions Announce Partnership.
The Ferris State University Professional Tennis Management (PTM) program in Big Rapids, MI and Dartfish Video Software Solutions are excited to announce their recent partnership. Dartfish Video Software Solutions, the leading instructional video software on the market, utilized in many sports with tennis being one target market, will partner with the #1 PTM program in the nation to assist in producing outstanding tennis professionals for the tennis industry.
“Dartfish is proud to be affiliated with Ferris State University Professional Tennis Management Program. This elite program fits perfectly with our software’s application on both the sports field and in the classroom, and we look forward to a long, mutually beneficial relationship.” - Victor Bergonzoli, CEO Dartfish
The partnership will include Dartfish Video Software Solutions providing training and support for the Professional Tennis Management degree program, while the Ferris State PTM program will incorporate additional teaching modules incorporating Dartfish into its curriculum. PTM Director, Tom Daglis, states, “This is an excellent opportunity for our students to become familiar with the cutting edge technology that Dartfish offers and is sure to enhance the teaching background of each of our PTM students as they complete their Bachelor of Science degree!”
We invite you to visit both organizations on-line:
Ferris State University Professional Tennis Management program – www.ferris.edu/ptm
Dartfish Video Software Solutions - www.dartfish.com
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