Sports Systems Timeline

 

1986

1986

Is born as pure computer consulting company doing project work for sports leagues. Our first client: Major League Baseball!

1987

Launched the 1st fully-automated, PC-based player/team statistical database which calculated, housed and automated reports with all stats and standings for Major League Soccer.

1988

Introduced the first computer-based media guide on-site at a sports event.

1991

Brought forth the first PC-based, automated sports league schedule optimizer that ensured adherence to all team and league rules governing season schedules.

2002

PressPass – conceived! Our credential service was developed and then beta tested in fall, 2002.

2003

Full roll out of PressPassTM – summer 2003. By year-end it was used by 62 events, taking in more than 25,000 applications.

2005

PressPass version 3.0 was rolled out. New features abound!

2008

2008

A new look for Sports Systems = new logo!

2009

Listening to the expanding needs of our clients, developed and launched GuestFirst 2.0 – our invitation, registration and informational guest-facing website service.

2011

Again keeping up and ahead of our clients’ needs, launched TicketTracker 2.0 – our ticket ordering, allocation and management service complete with optional informational website for internal end users.

2012

EventHub 1.1, our sponsorship portal service – single source internal website for everything sponsorship – hit the street!

2012

London 2012 Olympics – Three clients hosted guests and managed their Olympic ticket allocations using Sports Systems’ services.

2014

FIFA World Cup 2014 = lots of business for Sports Systems. Our services managed more than 120K guests and tickets worth more than US $40M for six FIFA sponsors.

2015

Rugby World Cup 2015 – UK – Our services manage all tickets and guests for two major Rugby World Cup sponsors.

2016

Rio 2016 Olympic Games – One TOP Olympic sponsor chose Sports Systems’ services to manage their many VIP guests and seemingly endless number of tickets!