We started with a small team just focussing on pre-existing internet CMSs, ecommerce and direct solutions. We now have a strong team working towards building complete solutions for our clients. We have had limited exposure with legacy systems, but, we do have confidential work that we have accomplished with legacy system, but since we were the 3rd party contractor, we can not disclose all those information in public here.
We have a team of Analyst wherein, we are helping our clients to share their new age concepts in any of the verticals (except gaming) - and we re helping them with our research, analytics capabilities and recommendation in manouvering them through their idea. We are currently working with 2 brand new ideas with funding in the range of 5M and 1M (apart from the other ongoing projects) respectively. We do not help in Fund raising, but, apart from that, putting together the entire concept into a workable idea (to be presented to the VCs)
HERO Sports grew from the recognition 99% of sports news covers less than 1% of college sports programs. In 2013, as his daughter competed in college soccer, our founder Gregg Bennett noticed the absence of an objective ranking system in the sport. He applied his experience developing ranking algorithms in the medical industry to ranking college soccer teams.Feedback for BennettRank was encouraging, but the best replies we received were the stories coaches told about their teams and players. We loved the context they provided, thought others would too. So we decided to launch our content platform in 2014.The content we produced was shared by coaches and by sports information directors. Athletic departments realized they could leverage our stories to engage their two most vital audiences: prospective students and alumni. Universities spend significant a significant part of their budget building these audiences, and we had a low-cost solution to help them do it.We recognized the potential of covering underserved programs and directed our focus to producing quality content which college athletic departments could share. In 2015, we produced about 2,000 original articles, and almost immediately schools began proactively reaching out to us with story ideas and offers of access to players and coaches.The more we interacted with schools, the more we heard about the universal issues facing athletic departments: recruiting prospects, building the fan base, engaging alumni, and hiring staff. We dug deeper to better understand how they address these issues, only to learn no other companies were providing comprehensive solutions. So that became our goal.