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Upper Hand sports software partners with sports organizations to help manage and grow their business.
The arena of managing sports businesses is fragmented and the opportunities to grow are un-seized. Upper Hand provides an easy-to-use subscription SaaS platform that simplifies front and back-end office tasks, provides cutting-edge marketing tools and offers business intelligence that enable unsurpassed performance for its customers. Upper Hand is built for youth and amateur focused sports businesses who are dissatisfied with their ability to market, accept electronic payments, schedule events, and manage back office tasks for their camps, lessons, and training based programs.
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TechPoint, the organization dedicated to growing Indiana’s tech ecosystem, held its annual Mira Awards gala in front of a packed house on Saturday. Meant to recognize the success and innovation of the state’s tech companies, entrepreneurs, educators, and other leaders, the Miras have been awarded for the past 18 years. From the 180 nominating applications
Indianapolis-based TechPoint has named the winners of its inaugural People’s Choice Mira Awards. The winners in the Best Tech Event, Best Tech Space and Best Tech T-Shirt or Swag categories will be recognized at the annual Mira Awards ceremony at The Westin Indianapolis on April 29. Read full story here.
Myles Grote and Kevin MacCauley, co-founders of Sports software company Upper Hand, invited me to tour their new offices on the third floor of the Morrison Opera Building in downtown Indianapolis. The historic building is home to Hard Rock Cafe, digital marketing firm Raidious, the new downtown Speak Easy, and now a unique sporting themed
Serendipity keeps touching Upper Hand, the Indianapolis-based software company that simplifies front and back-end operations for sporting businesses like camps, athletic academies and individual coaches and trainers. The fast-growing scale-up has completed a $1 million seed financing round led by three former executives from Finish Line, the Indianapolis-based athletic shoes and apparel retail giant. It’s quite