ASHBURN, VA & PARKERSBURG, WV (PRWEB) March 09, 2020
BigTeams, LLC and the West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission (WVSSAC) are pleased to jointly announce that they have entered into a partnership agreement to deliver a comprehensive, athletic management platform to every member high school in the state.
The agreement is designed to streamline daily operations in the athletic office by automating risk management and compliance requirements. The provided tools will allow administrators to focus on more important tasks, like mentoring coaches and building student leaders.
“For far too long, athletic administrators have been burdened by inefficient processes and limited resources,” said Bernie Dolan, Executive Director of WVSSAC. “We are proud to facilitate this partnership which provides our member schools with industry-leading software that eliminates redundancy.”
“We are very excited to work with the athletic community in the great state of West Virginia,” said Jennifer Motze, Vice President of School Development for BigTeams. “Merging the BigTeams technology solutions with the dedication of the WVSSAC organization is a big win for the mission of interscholastic athletics. The parents, coaches and most importantly student-athletes should be excited about the future of their programs.”
Athletic directors in West Virginia who are interested in taking advantage of this new opportunity early are encouraged to contact BigTeams for more information.
BigTeams is the leading provider of technology designed to streamline operations for high school athletic communities. In business for over 50 years, BigTeams delivers comprehensive software tools that save time and simplify workflow. Its flagship product, Schedule StarTM is used in thousands of schools across the country providing valuable, real-time schedule data that syncs with major products across the education system.
The WVSSAC, headquartered in Parkersburg, is the main governing body of high school sports, cheerleading, and marching bands in West Virginia, United States. Schools are divided into three classes by total enrollment in grades 9-12: A, AA, and AAA, with schools, re-classed every four years.