rSchoolToday announced it has signed on with The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conferences as their official Conference Scheduling Solution. rSchoolToday is excited to partner with this forward-thinking conference to provide a new and innovative game scheduling solution at the collegiate level.
“It has been an incredibly gratifying experience to work with Jay Jones and Stacey LaDew from the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference. Our company is committed to helping these leaders automate the complicated task of creating fair and balanced game schedules at the collegiate level. The leaders of this conference are highly respected for their innovative use of technology and trailblazing mentality. It is an honor to partner with them and we are excited for what the future holds.”
Scott Rosenberg, National Collegiate Sales Manager at rSchoolToday.
“I had previously searched for a solution to creating schedule grids beyond a pencil and Excel sheet. I was yet to find a software tool that was efficient and could handle all of the random scheduling variables that an athletic conference attempts to accommodate. In rSchoolToday, we have found a product that is able to adjust to the odd demands a conference might have on scheduling and produce outputs with very limited input requirements. The HCAC is excited to partner with rSchoolToday in helping to streamline our scheduling process.
Now, as we begin to realize the potential impact that CoVid-19 could have on our schedules in the coming months, I am really glad to have this powerful tool to help us adjust quickly to produce equitable schedules with the push of a few buttons.”
Jay Jones, Commissioner of the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference
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About The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference:
The HCAC was founded in 1998 and includes ten NCAA Division III institutions across Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky: Anderson University, Bluffton University, Defiance College, Earlham College, Franklin College, Hanover College, Manchester University, Mount St. Joseph University, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, and Transylvania University. The Indianapolis, Ind. based conference sponsors 20 sports across three seasons of competition.
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