The Sportlyzer Blog

We write about sports coaching, club management, training, and our software updates.

Sportlyzer is hiring a Full Stack Developer

January 8, 2017 - Posted by
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Sportlyzer is looking for a full stack web developer to join our small and agile team. You will develop both client and server components of our software platform for youth sports clubs, including different technologies like PHP, MySQL, HTML, AngularJS, etc. So, if you love sports and a narrow development focus is too boring for you, then with us you have a great chance to combine your lifestyle and professional career. As Sportlyzer is growing, you will have a great chance to grow into the tech lead or CTO of Sportlyzer.

How A Young Coach Uses Software to Simplify His Work

June 16, 2016 - Posted by
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It’s clear that sooner or later all membership and calendar management in sports clubs will shift from paper and Excel to special software. But many of you may wonder, what will the work of coaches be like after they have made this change? And is it worth the hustle? To get answers to these questions we talked to a youth coach Martin Kokkuta from HC Tallinn, who is already using Sportlyzer Coach Diary as an everyday tool.

We’re hiring an International Sales Representative

February 1, 2016 - Posted by
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Sportlyzer is looking for an international sales representative with very strong sales skills in English, and experience in software sales. Your job is to close our incoming free trial sign-ups to paying customers. You own, manage, and drive the full sales cycle from first contact through closing. You will be communicating to customers in different time zones which means that you need excellent time management skills and a lot of self-discipline.

We’re hiring a content marketer

July 1, 2015 - Posted by
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Sportlyzer is looking for a content marketing specialist with very strong creative and professional writing skills in English, and a lot of insights into youth and amateur sports. You will be writing and marketing articles about sports club administration and training management, product release newsletters, press releases, copy for digital products, and creating white papers and infographics. The other just as important half of the work is marketing your creation: communicating to bloggers and journalists, managing our social media accounts, and sending out the newsletters.

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