Seattle, WA, November 02, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- QLIPP, the Ultimate Tennis Sensor, today announced it has entered into an exclusive distribution agreement with the RacquetGuys in Canada. With this agreement, QLIPP will strengthen her marketing and brand presence in new markets.
"The addition of RacquetGuys within our distribution network across North America strengthens our global brand and our commitment towards growth and expansion within the region. At a time where the market for tennis sensor technology is rapidly expanding, RacquetGuys and QLIPP are well poised to capture a critical mass within the market," said Donny Soh, CEO co-founder of QLIPP.
"I was extremely impressed with the accuracy of the data produced by Qlipp. However, what pleased me most considering that I’m not tremendously tech savvy was the ease of set up and use. The Qlipp App is very user-friendly and displays the information in a simple, yet useful format. The statistics allow me to better analyze my game, target areas that need improvement, and then track progress. On top of all this, it’s fun!,” says Troy Russell, RacquetGuys.
About 9 Degrees Freedom: Singapore-based 9 Degrees Freedom is a product design think-tank founded by Donny Soh and Cen Lee, both avid sporting enthusiasts who share a passion for creating innovative lifestyle sports technologies. The company’s flagship product, the QLIPP™ Tennis Performance Sensor, is a revolutionary smart sensor and accompanying mobile app (for iOS and Android) that delivers real-time stroke data and visual insights so players can improve their performance. QLIPP is also the digital advertiser for Tennis Canada 2016 and Rogers Cup 2016. For more information, visit: http://www.qlipp.com