After almost two full years of being away from the Scottish Nationals due to COVID, the TeamUnify team was excited to be back at the Scottish Summer Meet alongside all of the athletes and spectators. The competition took place at Aberdeen Sports Village in Aberdeen, Scotland, and involved most clubs in Scotland competing against one another for the top spots within their region.
Our TeamUnify team, including Alex Marks, Kylie Anderson, Travis Smith, and Bryon Lindsey, were invited to attend the event and were presented with the opportunity of interacting with swim clubs across Scotland. Some of these clubs are current TeamUnify customers, with whom we loved catching up. For others, we were eager to demonstrate the power of our swim management software – including some of new swim school class management features.
Our team was at the meet on Friday, 15th July, and Saturday, 16th July, and both days were extremely busy. We spent the weekend with prospective swim clubs who were taking the time to learn how TeamUnify can help their clubs, and current customers eager to learn more about how they can maximise the benefits of their current solution.
Some topics that clubs were most excited to learn about included electronic processing of payments, coaching tools, organising online meet entries, communication, and much more. Whatever the club's situation, they were keen to learn more about how we could help. It was great to be back out there servicing the clubs in our community.
The TeamUnify team is very grateful for the opportunities that Swim Scotland presented to us, and we look forward to future occasions where we can interact and build relationships with the swimming community. Let us know if you want TeamUnify at your next event to talk to clubs about the benefits of joining TeamUnify.