Korrio's Playflow debuted earlier this year and was met with immediate success, signing prestigious organizations including Massachusetts Youth Soccer, Washington Youth Soccer, and Washington Premier FC to its client roster. Playflow integrates web, mobile, and social networking elements to provide club administrators and coaches with a comprehensive and easy-to-use online sports automation system for managing all aspects of club and team operations.
"After extensive research, we determined that Korrio - with its stellar customer service and contemporary technology - is absolutely the best fit for the Rush Soccer organization," said Tim Schulz, President and CEO of Rush Soccer. "With thousands of players under the Rush umbrella, and goals for global growth, it was imperative that we find the best, most efficient platform with the most experienced, professional team behind it, and we've found it with Korrio's Playflow. From the outset, it was clear that this is a safe, integrated, user-friendly product from which our organization will benefit greatly."
Rush Soccer will rely on Korrio to manage administrative operations beginning with its flagship club, Colorado Rush, one of the premier youth soccer organizations in the nation.
"Rush Soccer is an impressive premier youth soccer organization, having been formed less than a decade ago and now representing nearly 40,000 players," said Korrio Founder and CEO Steve Goldman. "With rapid growth and ambitious goals comes the need for a powerful and integrated platform that is easy for both administrators and families to use. The quality of our partners reflects greatly on Korrio's overall success, and we're delighted to count Rush Soccer among them. We will work closely with Rush to deliver a platform for their members that will take them into the future and elevate their game."
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About Rush Soccer
In 2003, the Rush brand began its expansion, first forming the Virginia Rush. Since that time, Rush Soccer has grown to over 26 clubs in the United States and a membership of nearly 40,000 players nationwide. In mid July of 2009 Rush broke the mold yet again by starting a Rush affiliate 9600 miles from it's original home in Colorado, by forming the Nkomazi Rush in South Africa. Ghana, Gambia, Senegal and Togo and several other African clubs have all joined Rush soccer since that time. Rush Soccer also has a presence in Asia with Thailand Rush and is looking to partner with clubs in South America.
Korrio, founded in January 2009, is the developer of PlayflowT, a 21st-century youth sports automation platform. Korrio has a singular focus on kids and sports. The company's mission is to transform the sports experience and elevate the level at which sports are played by automating the things that get in the way - like registration/payment, team formation, rosters, scheduling, communication, and web hosting. Korrio is easy, safe, integrated, and mobile. Visit us online at korrio.com and watch our Korrio video to learn how to elevate your game.
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