Rank One Gives Boosts to High School Sports

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Trying to stay organized and informed about high school sports can be a full-time job, but with the Rank One and From Now On the partnership, convenience has arrived via their mobile app.

Communication for high school, teams, tournaments, and fan engagement just scored a touchdown with the recent Rank One and From Now On partnership.

Texas-based Rank One is a school activity management platform committed to enhanced departmental efficiency for athletics and the fine arts department.

From Now On is a leading provider of mobile apps for fan and community engagement serving colleges, high schools, teams, tournaments, and sports organizations across the country.

Together schools will be able to use critical data from Rank One to power and manage school apps with From Now On, allowing for better communication around activities, teams, fundraisers, and more.

“Our team is excited to deliver this strategic partnership with Rank One. Our high school customers have been asking for integrated schedules, rosters, and other content to save athletic departments time and more efficiently create a one-stop-shop to connect their communities.” said From Now On CEO Sue Thaden.

“These days, schools just have more and more to communicate with their parents, students, and communities, and much of it ‘just in time.’ We are committed to providing a high-value communication platform to high schools across the country, and partnering with Rank One will help us get the experience great.”

According to Jason McKay, Rank One CEO, “From Now On is working with some of our top school partners, so we couldn’t be more excited to have them join our Rank One Connect program to eliminate redundant data entry, streamline the procurement process as well as integrating them into our industry-leading support group.”

The new technology will integrate with Rank One’s existing school activity management features, expanding the possibilities for existing customers on both platforms.

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