NCHL is a nonprofessional hockey league in Calgary with 10k+ players. Before the solution, it was hard to predict budget, expenses and number of teams and games for the season. A captain had to collect money from 20-50 team players to pay for the participation. The procedure was time-consuming, inconvenient and caused inefficient cash flow usage. The issue required an innovative approach to optimize cash flow prediction.
solution that shortens the value chain
Every participant of the transaction faced distinct obstacles before the product. Thus, we associated solutions for three user profiles:
- A league CFO;
- A captain;
- A team player.
The admin panel opportunities for different users are:
- A league representative can manage all the payments, control contributors and hold the season;
- A captain has the tools to create and distribute invoices and gather a team;
- A team player has different opportunities to pay or even divide the payment for separate fees in his personal account.
Our experts shortened the value chain, accelerated cash flow and made it predictable in one digital environment.
Now everything needed is gathered in one digital environment, convenient for both players and skating rink owners. There is a built-in payment system that significantly simplifies the flow of invoices and money transfers related to the game organization.
We’ve created an app that helps hockey lovers organize amateurish games and businesses easily l related payments directly inside of the system.
Breakout has become not only an app but a fast-growing community of like-minded people united by the same passion for hockey.
Today there are already more than 9000 players and 788 teams in 7 leagues. The number is counting every minute.
Breakout has faced a great success by having raised over $4 500 000 collected during the first year of launch.
Сollected payments during the first year