SportingPulse is the home of grassroots sport on the internet and the third most popular sports website in Australia (Nielsen//NetRatings). It provides more than 50 sports with the IT tools to manage their organisations and competitions, publish websites, communicate with participants and raise revenue.
SportingPulse software enables administrators to manage participant membership and competitions, edit websites that display fixtures, results, league tables and statistics and communicate with participants via email and SMS. SportingPulse software can reduce costs, save volunteers’ time and create new revenue streams.
SportingPulse Communications Manager Justin Nelson highlighted the development and ongoing success of myFiba and Fiba Organizer as key factors behind Kilsyth Basketball’s rise back to the top of grassroots basketball.
“Kilsyth has been an active participant in ensuring grassroots basketball is administered professionally and that all members are provided with access to software, online results and new technology at no cost,” said Nelson.
“In conjunction with Basketball Australia and its Basketball Network, the team at Kilsyth is leading the way. They are progressive and always looking for the best technology to produce positive outcomes for the sport. That’s why they use SportingPulse and Fiba Organizer.”
Kilsyth Basketball General Manager Grant Wallace praised the work SportingPulse has been doing with community sport. “We are excited to continue our relationship with SportingPulse. They have worked with us side by side to develop technology solutions for the Association since 2005. Basketball has become a leader in adopting the latest sporting technologies. We look forward to partnering SportingPulse and leading the sport with the implementation of new solutions,” he said.
“SportingPulse CEO Nick Maywald is a former Kilsyth Cobra’s SEABL player. We are always keen to have past players back involved with the Club. Nick has grown SportingPulse from a small technology company in 1998 to become a complete technology solution for grassroots sport,” said Wallace.
Kilsyth Basketball will continue working closely with SportingPulse over the coming months to develop the latest design systems and technologies for community basketball including electronic courtside scoring.
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