In the latest installment of the NHL team software saga, the Edmonton Oilers have reportedly reached out to a software company, ETM Systems, for a goalie system.
The news was first reported by CSNPhilly.com and has since been picked up by other media outlets.
The Edmonton Oilers are reportedly looking for a software package for their goalie system to be able to perform a variety of functions.
The Oilers have been struggling for goaltending help this season, with a 1-7-0 record, while also failing to score enough goals to be competitive in the playoffs.
This year’s team has a lot of talent and a strong goaltender, but there has not been much of a return on investment.
The NHL has not made a significant commitment to upgrading their goalie systems in recent years, and the current goalie software is not a replacement for a true goalie system, such as a system like SAP’s Advanced Compression or IBM’s IBM Advanced Compressor.
ETM systems has been around for a long time, and they’ve been developing software for the NHL since 2011.
The software was used to create the NHL’s goalie equipment and is now used in the NHLPA’s new goalie hardware suite.ETM Systems has a long history in the hockey equipment industry.
The company was founded in 1998 and has a huge portfolio of software products.
It is the largest supplier of goalie equipment to NHL teams, including the Edmonton Oil Kings, Edmonton Trailblazers, and Edmonton Rush.ETL Systems, which owns ETM, was acquired by SAP in 2014 for $1.1 billion.