The Nigeria Rugby Football Federation has introduced ScrumIT, an Internet based software that users can access from any browser.

According to Mike Archer, NRFF’s General Manager, the essence of introducing the software, developed in South Africa by ENS Software as a service application is for online player registration and rugby administration.

“The decision to use ScrumIT was driven by the need to streamline the administration of the Federation and to empower the Clubs in Nigeria to become more efficient and effective in its administration,” said Archer.

He disclosed that the ScrumIT system has an impressive range of features that include: Union and Club/School Management, Player registrations, Talent identification and squad management, Document and video management services, Fixture management, Online real-time scoring with integrated competition logs, Social media integration, Individual player statistics, Next of kin contact information, medical aid information, Player transfers (Inter-club, inter-regional and international), Referee management and allocations, Coaching Management, Inter-club and federation communication (bulk email), Player injury recording, Disciplinary process and player sanction management, Comprehensive reporting services, “Get Into Rugby” management.


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