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Round Robin schedule, draw generation and player registration made easier.

Welcome to the CompMan© and CMPRegister© website. Both of these applications are aimed at providing comprehensive management and administrative tools for sporting organizations. Using our Round Robin Scheduler and the new Visual Scheduler you will be able to create and update Round Robin Schedules and Tournament Schedules in just a few minutes. Furthermore our software will help you with many aspects of competition management including statistics, player registrations, judiciary - protests and disputes and other tasks.

Originally commissioned in 2000 by one of Sydney's (Australia) soccer associations, these programs are now in use by most of the Sydney soccer associations and clubs with a fast growing user base in other parts of NSW.

Both programs offer an integrated solution to the various tasks that sporting associations and their clubs deal with every year. Built-in Database, Report Designer, Query Wizard and Image (photo) Processing Management tools are behind the integration philosophy and practically eliminate the need for third parties' products.

The main features are:
  • iData - publish your data on Internet
  • Round Robin Schedules
  • Tournament Schedules
  • Visual Scheduler
  • Draw Generator
  • Player Registration (players, coaches, managers, referees, etc.) incl. photo management
  • Results and Points Tables
  • Judiciary - Offences & Cautions
  • Statistics
  • Registration Data Synchronization between the CompMan and CMPRegister
  • User definable reports
  • Data Import/Export
  • Multiuser (network)
  • User security

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Sydney User Group

Due to a growing customer base, a user group was formed in November 2004.

The group's main aim is to provide users of both applications a platform for sharing experience, discussing program enhancement requirements and addressing training needs.

The User Group meets every two months or so with venues being shared among the participating associations.

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