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Hamilton, Ontario sport management tech provider SportSavvy announced today a new strategic relationship with TeamSnap – the industry-leading sports management and communication software for amateur sports. SportSavvy customers will move to the TeamSnap platform, further expanding TeamSnap’s extensive reach in Canada with more than 3.5 million Canadian athletes, families and sports organizations using the platform to schedule and organize team activities. 

Founded in 1998, SportSavvy has supported hundreds of Canadian youth sport organizations including the Ontario Basketball Association and the Oakville Soccer Club – one of North America’s largest soccer associations. TeamSnap has also held long term partnerships with many Canadian sports organizations including Hockey Canada, Ontario Baseball and Softball BC. Under the terms of this relationship, SportSavvy customers will gradually migrate to the TeamSnap platform over the next couple of months, retaining the high level of functionality and ease of communication they’ve enjoyed to date.

“This is an exciting new stage for SportSavvy and our loyal customers who now have direct access to TeamSnap’s innovative and streamlined solutions. TeamSnap’s dedication to providing superior customer service was paramount in my decision to move forward with them; their recent strategic partnerships and leadership team additions also show their strength in the industry and their stability as a platform for future growth,” said Geoff Reid, President, SportSavvy. 

Aligned with SportSavvy’s commitment to providing a seamless user experience, TeamSnap offers an integrated platform for sports clubs and leagues to collect online registrations and payments, build teams and league schedules and keep everyone in sync. Once transitioned, customers will have access to TeamSnap’s full suite of powerful web and mobile apps, quality websites, robust registration, rostering, scheduling and payment solutions.

The move is the latest milestone in a series of growth initiatives TeamSnap has recently undertaken, including an influx of resources from Waud Capital and the addition of new executive talent.

“SportSavvy has worked with sports communities of all sizes since 1998 and built a passionate network with their personal customer service,” said Peter Frintzilas, TeamSnap CEO. “We’re incredibly excited to welcome their customers to the TeamSnap family, and to help them deliver new innovation and seamless member experiences across their leagues and clubs, from sign-ups all the way to playoffs. This reflects the incredible momentum TeamSnap is driving as we strive to become the technology leader in amateur sports and invest to accelerate our growth.”