SportsEngine to provide enterprise member management solution to NCR
SportsEngine, Inc., an NBC Sports company and the leading provider of Sport Relationship Management software, announced that it has formed a partnership with National Collegiate Rugby (NCR) as its official provider of technology solutions to serve NCR’s membership.
NCR evolved from the National Small College Rugby Organization (NSCRO) which was founded in 2007. Originally created to support the growth and development of small college rugby, the organization now serves college rugby programs of all sizes.
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SportsEngine’s member management solution will be launched this month in conjunction with the return of the rugby season in September. National Collegiate Rugby will use SportsEngine HQ, which will allow their members to save time on communications and administrative functions and spend more time on the field, developing their athletes and helping to fuel the growth of rugby at the collegiate level throughout the United States.
Through SportsEngine HQ, National Collegiate Rugby member clubs receive top rated communication, competition management, website design, and athlete safety tools. Additionally, SportsEngine will collaborate with NCR on digital content and will promote NCR programs through SportsEngine’s online sports directory at sportsengine.com.
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“We’re excited to form a partnership with SportsEngine to help improve how National Collegiate Rugby connects with our leagues across the country,” stated Jeremy Treece, National Collegiate Rugby CEO. “Expanding our tech capabilities was a much needed next step in the growth of our organization and we’re eager to share the SportsEngine HQ solution with our members.”
“SportsEngine is proud to partner with National Collegiate Rugby as the organization continues to grow and the sport of rugby grows in popularity across the country,” said John Weinerth, Vice President, Sport & Enterprise, SportsEngine, Inc. “Working in partnership with NCR is just another way that we further our mission of facilitating play for athletes and simplifying the membership process for administrators, athletes, and coaches.”