Announcing the next big thing for your team! TeamUnify is about to release a brand new communication hub for your team and we call it ScrapBook and TeamFeed.
I wanted to take a moment out of your busy day to sing the praises of one of your team members, Amanda Studdard. Last week I had the absolute pleasure of working with Amanda to set up registration and billing on our site.
Ever since TeamUnify released MainSet in early 2016, video has been on the forefront of its feature list. The ability to quickly capture, easily upload with unlimited storage, then share directly with your team's existing family and swimmer's profiles have always been key features that coaches and administrators love.
Did you know that your team can utilize TeamUnify's Billing and Invoicing system for FREE?
Do you bill the meet fees for your team? If you do, make sure you read this blog! TeamUnify has released an all new way to generate and bill your meet fees in one simple to use interface that you are going to love.
We are excited to announce that, in continuing partnership with the YMCA of the USA, YMCA Deck Pass is now available in the OnDeck mobile application.
– Paul McGregor, Club Administrator, Swim Bournemouth
Before we started using TeamUnify all our processes, membership, meet entries, coaches records, swimmer attendance and club communication were managed using a variety of different systems, none of which were integrated in anyway. No one process was joined up, which meant a huge amount of duplication, which was very labour intensive and prone to error.
In the most recent release of OnDeck, we are excited to announce that, not only can parents and non-admins commit their athletes to meets, but they can also commit them to Yes/No events!
One of the biggest challenges any team faces is producing effective communication and getting it to your legion of athletes, parents, volunteers, and coaches at the right time effectively and efficiently.
– John Digby, Head Coach Norwich Swan Swimming Club
Before TeamUnify, our website was based on Joomla CMS and we had customised it to fit our needs as a swimming club — building our own database of swimmer times, and using attendance registers coded by a volunteer parent. The Joomla system was providing our membership database, and we were accessing that in a myriad of ways. It was quite advanced, but cumbersome and taking a lot of time to maintain; our registration system was unable to handle the increased number of swimmers in our squads.
We were looking for a way to handle online entry to galas, like all clubs desperate to find a better way of handling paper entries, but that was beyond our skill set.