Sport Innovation/Active Network/Tennis Australia

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Tennis Australia is the chief governing body of tennis within Australia, linking to other tennis member associations throughout the country's states and territories. They organize and manage multiple national and international tennis tournaments such as the Davis Cup, the Fed Cup, the Tennis Pro Circuit, and the Australian Open series which lead up to the Australian Open, one of the four most important Grand Slams of the year [2].


Ambassadors for one of the most popular sports in the globe, Tennis Australia also organizes numerous camps and events throughout the year. They nurture and facilitate participation within their grassroots, as well as in the amateur and professional level [2].


As one of the newest partners of Active Network in 2011, Tennis Australia now benefits from multiple online administrative solutions, eliminating a large amount of paperwork [23]. As Tournament Coordinator Francis Soyer has said, "the Active system links perfectly with our current tournament administration program" [23]. Having one of the most enthusiastic tennis fan base worldwide, Tennis Australia needed to effectively coordinate volunteers, events, trainings, camps, new registrations and more.


The Active Network solutions implemented in the Australian governing body of tennis have impacted significantly by [23]:

  • eliminating errors, cluttered forms, and tedious transcribing;
  • quickly seeding and scheduling their multiple tournaments;
  • building email lists, collecting fees, set prices, sell merchandise and run their leagues proficiently;
  • supporting and hosting Australian tennis clubs websites;
  • giving players an identity and a presence on the national tennis scene.


By using the Tennis Tournament Software and the Sports Club Software, Tennis Australia is able to contact and build a close relationship with their tennis players, coaches, clubs, state and territory associations through social media avenues such as Facebook and Twitter [23].


Some of the special features portrayed on the official website supported by Active Network Australia solutions are as follows [1]:

  • Live scores and statistics [3]
  • Daily aussie results [1]
  • Local, state and national tournament calendars [22]
  • State websites and membership [8]
  • 'My Tennis' players and clubs registration and membership [9]
  • Coach membership [7]
  • Employment membership [10]
  • 'Tennis World' membership online application form [13]
  • Silver, Gold, Platinum, and Junior membership managament [13]
  • Competition planner, competition ladder and competition draws and scores [4]
  • e-Diary [16]
  • 'Slice' e-newsletter subscription [15]
  • Tennis charities online donation forms [11]
  • Talent development coaches online forms [14]
  • Ballkids program coordination [19]
  • 2011 Australian Tennis Conference online registration form [12]
  • 2011 Protected Australian ranking registration [21]
  • Australian professional player profiles and rankings [5][6]
  • Ranking system login [20]
  • Annual Report [17]
  • Fact Sheets [18]


References[edit]

1. Tennis Australia (2011). Home. Retrieved from www.tennis.com.au/

2. Tennis Australia (2011). About Us. Retrieved from www.tennis.com.au/about-us

3. Tennis Australia (2011). Scores. Retrieved from www.tennis.com.au/tournaments/scores

4. Tennis Australia (2011). Competitions. Retrieved from www.tennis.com.au/competitions

5. Tennis Australia (2011). Player Profiles. Retrieved from www.tennis.com.au/players/player-profiles

6. Tennis Australia (2011). Rankings. Retrieved from rankings.tennis.com.au/

7. Tennis Australia (2011). Coaches. Retrieved from www.tennis.com.au/coaches

8. Tennis Australia (2011). States. Retrieved from www.tennis.com.au/states

9. Tennis Australia (2011). Clubs. Retrieved from www.tennis.com.au/clubs

10. Tennis Australia (2011). Employment. Retrieved from www.tennis.com.au/about-us/employment/vacancies

11. Tennis Australia (2011). Charities. Retrieved from www.tennis.com.au/about-us/charities

12. Tennis Australia (2011). 2011 Tennis Conference. Retrieved from www.tennis.com.au/about-us/australian-tennis-conference

13. Tennis Australia (2011). Tennis World. Retrieved from www.tennis.com.au/tennisworld/

14. Tennis Australia (2011). Talent Search. Retrieved from www.tennis.com.au/play-tennis/talent-search/talent-development-coaches

15. Tennis Australia (2011). Slice Newsletter. Retrieved from pages.ecomm.tennis.com.au/register/?email=SUB_slice

16. Tennis Australia (2011). e-Diary. Retrieved from www.e-diary.com/frontend/comingsoon.asp?iClientId=224

17. Tennis Australia (2011). Annual Report. Retrieved from www.tennis.com.au/about-us/about-tennis-australia/annual-report

18. Tennis Australia (2011). Fact Sheets. Retrieved from www.tennis.com.au/about-us/about-tennis-australia/fact-sheets

19. Tennis Australia (2011). Ballkids. Retrieved from ballkids.tennis.com.au/

20. Tennis Australia (2011). Ranking System Login. Retrieved from rankings.tennis.com.au/login.asp

21. Tennis Australia (2011). Protected Australian Ranking. Retrieved from regonline.activeglobal.com/register/Checkin.aspx?EventId=755596

22. Tennis Australia (2011). Tournaments. Retrieved from www.tennis.com.au/tournaments#calendar-search

23. The Active Network (2011). Partners. Retrieved from www.activesports.com/partners/tennis-australia.htm


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