This paper introduces the concept of Internet-based sports management products and services, developed by an Irish-based company. These products and services are designed to improve the management, workflow and communication processes for sporting associations. The design intent for such systems is thus to facilitate the sporting association’s goals, while also providing powerful communication channels for the grassroots supporters, participants, players, enthusiasts and officials. The innovation that the company provides in its products and services to sporting associations is based upon close on-going, working relationships with many differing sports. The paper outlines the rationale for the design of such systems, within the requirements of modern sporting associations.
|Title of host publication||First International Working Conference on IT and Sport and 5th Conference dvs-Section Computer Science in Sport|
|Place of Publication||Köln, Germany|
|Publisher||International Association of Computer Science in Sport|
|Publication status||Published - Sep 2004|
Mulvenna, M., Corr, R., & O’Neill, K. (2004). Innovations in Internet-based Sporting Association Management. In First International Working Conference on IT and Sport and 5th Conference dvs-Section Computer Science in Sport (pp. 12-17). International Association of Computer Science in Sport.