Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) May 07, 2013
Sport Ngin, a leading provider of web and mobile-based software solutions for youth, amateur and professional sports organizations, today announced the formation of an exclusive partnership with National Amateur Sports (NAS), a Charlotte, N.C.-based company specializing in information technology (IT) management and marketing support for school districts and their organized athletic programs.
Under the terms of the agreement, NAS will provide the Sport Ngin (pronounced “sport engine”) software suite to school districts in the southern portion of the United States. Sport Ngin will provide their software suite, customization and design services to meet the needs of these scholastic athletic programs.
“We view this partnership with NAS as a critical element in expanding the reach and effectiveness of our growing salesforce, particularly in the Southeast where there are many viable prospects for our services and capabilities,” said Justin Kaufenberg, co-founder and chief executive officer of Sport Ngin. “We see our collective assets and experience as a compelling combination that meets the pressing needs of today’s schools and their athletic departments.”
“Sport Ngin represents a perfect complement to our extensive amateur sports marketing background, sponsorship acquisition expertise, and proven ability to help athletics programs become more efficient,” said James Shipley, co-founder and managing partner of National Amateur Sports. “Establishing meaningful, long-term relationships with community businesses should be a cornerstone of any athletics department’s operating strategy. With Sport Ngin, we’re able to offer schools an integrated platform that makes it much easier to adopt such a strategy.”
Thousands of sports organizations and athletic departments use Sport Ngin’s user friendly tools for administrative tasks like scheduling, rostering, score and statistics reporting, volunteer management, communication, registration & background screening. Additionally, websites and mobile applications created by Sport Ngin enable teams, leagues, associations and schools to generate funds through local sponsorships and advertising. The result of this partnership helps school districts enhance their fan and participant experience, increase revenue through marketing sponsorships, and streamline administrative and operational activities. Community sponsors of these platforms have category-exclusive access to key, local demographics.
About Sport Ngin
Formerly TST Media, Sport Ngin is a leading provider of web software and mobile applications for youth, amateur, and professional sports. Powering more than 100,000 sports teams, leagues, clubs, and associations, Sport Ngin features a complete suite of easy-to-use tools that help sports organizations manage, connect, and communicate with a diverse range of stakeholders, including athletes, parents, administrators, coaches, referees, scouts, volunteers, fans, journalists, and sponsors. Founded in 2008, Sport Ngin is based in Minneapolis, Minn. For more information, please visit http://www.sportngin.com; like the company on Facebook at Facebook.com/SportNgin; or follow Sport Ngin on Twitter at @sportngin.
About National Amateur Sports, Inc.
National Amateur Sports, Inc. (NAS) is a Charlotte, N.C.-based company specializing in information technology (IT) management and marketing support for school districts and organized athletic programs. Through the right combination of online marketing, community relations, and sophisticated technologies, NAS creates win-win corporate and public partnerships that provide supplemental funding to the underserved market of amateur athletics. With an experienced leadership team possessing more than 45 years of combined experience in sports marketing and management, NAS strives to create positive life experiences for young athletes. For more information, please visit http://www.nationalamateursports.com; like the company on Facebook at Facebook.com/NationalAmateurSports; view its LinkedIn company profile; or follow NAS on Twitter at @NASathletics.