June 12, 2012
The Washington Times, John Haydon
WASHINGTON, June 11, 2012 — D.C. United’s is getting a little help off the field.
Korrio, Seattle-based tech company, is teaming up with the four-time Major League Soccer champion to help manage all aspects of D.C. United’s Academy and its soccer youth camps involving over 1,300 young athletes, their families and coaches.
Korrio integrates web, mobile and social networking to provide club administrators and coaches with a comprehensive, user-friendly online sports automation system, managing all aspects of club and team operations – from registration, payment processing and roster creation to practice and game scheduling and communications. Each user has a personal dashboard, providing families and players with the tools to organize and share their sports lives.
The Korrio-D.C. United partnership, which begins on Tuesday, is the first time Korrio has teamed up with an MLS team.