VolleyWrite loves Massachusetts!

20160305_111841 Rob Slavin of the MGVCA invited us to their annual coaches clinic on March 5, 2016, and we went!

The coaches totally ROCK in Massachusetts! They were so very nice and asked all the right questions about VolleyWrite.  20160305_111758

 

Anyone who doesn’t remember the coupon code can contact us at Info@VolleyWrite.com.

Good luck to all with your upcoming season!

 

2 Comments

  1. Doug Beach on April 3, 2016 at 7:36 pm

    I run a USAV Juniors Club and would like to know if Volleywrite can be used in a tournament situation. Can the software download score-sheets via wireless to a master PC at the TD desk from each scoring table? I missed you guys at MGVCA this year. I guess I just missed your table.

    • Vbguru on April 6, 2016 at 4:25 pm

      Hi Doug,

      Yes, VolleyWrite can auto print and/or auto e-mail the score sheets at the end of each match. We were at an invitational tournament in Tennessee to see if that worked out, and the tournament director, Chris Hames of the K2 VBC, was in heaven. She was using AES to manage the tournament, so when the score sheets printed on our printer at her desk, she could enter the scores on the AES site right away, and get the next score sheets ready for that court.

      We also have a tournament management site that can do live score updates, as well as feeding online brackets. We have used it twice this spring on a 3-court and a 2-court (with the courts in different buildings) tournament. You can see the most recent tournament at http://www.volleytourney.com/Tournament/Schedule/35.
      I have no idea how many courts you have, or how many tournaments you host, but I hope it gives you a fairly accurate idea of the possibilities.

      One important thing: to do this, you need REALLY SOLID internet (or intranet). We were at the NVPL tournament in January running on 6 courts, but the internet went down right after the tournament began (because it was public and apparently all of the parents use it too). It was rough. But when the internet worked and we could communicate, everything was great!

      Last important thing: you can get a free one-week trial of the Windows version at http://www.VolleyWrite.com. If you would need an extension, I would be happy to provide it. We developed the iPad version for tournament use (due to the battery life), but Apple doesn’t let us give the full version away and also charge for it…

      Thank you so much for your question! If you have any other questions, please feel free to e-mail us at Info@VolleyWrite.com.
      Have a great day!

      Debbie

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