SportsSignup (http://www.sportssignup.com/), a national leader in online management solutions for sports organizations, today announces the acquisition of DirectRoster, an online application for youth and adult sports leagues. DirectRoster is a division of DMT Web Ventures Inc., the parent company of TurboRoster, a fitness registration and wearable technology platform.
Based in New York City, DirectRoster offers registrants the convenience of paying online, obtaining game and practice schedules, syncing mobile calendars, using Google maps for directions to events, setting up reminders, and receiving updates by text message.
“It’s clear that SportsSignup is a natural fit for our customers and we are very excited to get all of their advanced features, including websites, background checks, team communications and automated scheduling into the hands of our customers. These integrated features have been in high demand from our customers, and teaming with SportsSignup allows us to deliver them all at once,” said Bryan Daddio, CEO of DirectRoster.
This announcement comes on the heels of SportSignup’s recent acquisition of LeagueToolbox. Thanks to that acquisition, SportsSignup’s services now include website content management with integrated team websites, automated scheduling, standings, player statistics, tournament management including playoff bracketing, and iPhone and Android mobile apps. This is all in addition to SportsSignup’s existing online registration, coach/volunteer background checks, tournament registration and e-commerce services.
“The DirectRoster team did a great job building an intuitive and easy-to-use platform for sports leagues. We are excited to work with Bryan and all DirectRoster customers in the coming months and look forward to further enhancing the customer experience,” said Anthony Bruno, CEO of SportsSignup.
Over the past 10-plus years, SportsSignup has established itself an industry leader in online registration, e-commerce (MySportsStore®) and volunteer background checks (KidSafePlus®). SportsSignup is committed to becoming a full-service solutions provider for youth sports leagues; these two recent acquisitions are important in fulfilling SportsSignup’s business goals.
SportsSignup has earned a place in the Inc. Magazine 500|5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. for three consecutive years. SportsSignup ranked No. 2,784 overall on the 500|5000 list for 2013 and No. 213 among all software companies listed.
SportsSignup, owned and operated by League Sports Services LLC, provides sports organizations and event organizers with easy-to-learn and easy-to-use integrated Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions to facilitate online sports registration, web content management (CMS), coach/volunteer background checks and eCommerce. Since 2003, the company has been dedicated to operating a secure, affordable, and hassle-free online service suite that enables administrators from thousands of soccer, football, baseball, lacrosse, basketball, track and field, and many other sports organizations to easily automate many aspects of their duties. For more information about SportsSignup, please visit http://www.sportssignup.com. Follow SportsSignup on Twitter; like SportsSignup on Facebook; or watch the SportsSignup video to learn how to simplify sports management tasks.
About DMT Web Ventures Inc.
With the acquisition of DirectRoster, the company turns its focus to TurboRoster, which offers customers a fitness registration and wearable technology platform. TurboRoster provides a robust fitness registration, scheduling and wearable tracking platform for both end users and facility owners. The wearable technology solution, called Turbo-STRAPP, tracks and measures continuous heart rate, intensity, caloric burn, distance, activity summaries, location competitions, and comparative analysis. Visit http://www.turboroster.com or http://www.turbo-strapp.com for more information.