Sport organizations and their requirements are in informative support (0.32 Mb, pdf) Read
Попов Михаил Леонидович
Ибрагимова Г. М.
Геркина Елена Александровна

Creation and implementation of the information system of the sports organization, as well as a set of its features depends on a number of conditions and factors - the scale of the sports organizations; sport (individual or team); the presence and number of fans; the need to work with partners and sponsors; competitiveness; requirements to simplify or streamline internal business processes of the organization. The article revealed the specifics of information systems for professional sports clubs.

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