The AFL Outer East is pleased to announce a new digital partnership with TidyHQ, which will see the full TidyHQ suite provided to all Outer East clubs and their administrators for the 2021 season.
TidyHQ is a membership management software used by groups and organizations of all sizes to streamline their backend administration and enhance their governance and succession planning.
The platform provides best practice for sports administrators by ensuring everything is kept in one place, resulting in greater collaboration and communication.
AFL Outer East Regional General Manager Aaron Bailey said TidyHQ will be a valuable tool for the league and its clubs in 2021.
“We’re delighted to be able to provide this service to each and every Outer East club as they begin their preparations for the season ahead,” Bailey said.
“The league and TidyHQ share a mutual goal of simplifying the process for community football and netball volunteers, and our club administrators can’t wait to reap the organisational benefits of this platform.”
“TidyHQ is helping us tear down the silos of information across our football league. It has enabled us to position TidyHQ as the operating system of collaboration across 45 clubs, pulling us together like nothing else has.”
TidyHQ CEO Isaak Dury was excited to combine with the AFL Outer East to deliver a better experience for volunteers and positive outcome for clubs.
“Volunteers are the backbone of every community club. They’re the people who make sport happen each week and we want to make that process as easy as possible for them,” Dury said.
“With TidyHQ, those at club land can spend more time enjoying football and less time on administration, can hand over to the next generation with ease.”
Features within TidyHQ include built-in contacts, communication, event management, finance reporting and more, while the platform also integrates third parties such as Mailchimp, Dropbox and Zoom.
TidyHQ has also partnered with SportsTG to create a sports ecosystem that allows administrators to manage their members online.
The AFL Outer East has a total of 45 member clubs, 337 teams and 90,000 participants across football and netball, with the success of the league all made possible thanks to the countless volunteers within the region.