TeamSnap Appoints New Head of Engineering
– Seth Sakamoto to lead expanded engineering and software development team –
BOULDER, CO (November 11, 2020) – TeamSnap, the industry-leading sport management platform, announced today that Seth Sakamoto has joined its leadership team as the company’s new Vice President of Engineering.
Sakamoto will lead TeamSnap’s expanded engineering and software development team to help manage a growing demand from sports and recreational clubs, teams and leagues. TeamSnap’s industry-leading platform serves more than 24 million users and 3 million sports teams worldwide. Most recently, TeamSnap released Health Check, a COVID-19 screening feature that has seen over 6 Million completed screenings since launch in August
“Now more than ever, sport organizations are looking to TeamSnap’s technology to help them return to play safely,” said Woody Hartman, President of TeamSnap. “Seth’s track record of engineering leadership and passion for TeamSnap products will drive the next generation of TeamSnap solutions.” An accomplished computer engineer and technology executive, Sakamoto joins TeamSnap after a 20+ year career working as an executive in a range of startups and innovative organizations. He has led engineering for companies such as Intuit, TuneIn, Hipmunk, Mixmax, Constant Contact, and Envoy. Sakamoto has been a thought leader in the technical community and most recently has invested his time in the mentoring network Plato.
Sakamoto holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Hawaii.
Since our formation in 2009, TeamSnap has been single-mindedly focused on taking the work out of play. Over 24 million coaches, administrators, players and parents rely on TeamSnap’s powerful and easy-to-use tools for communication, scheduling, payment collection and registration, organizing every sport and group activity in the world. For more information, visit www.TeamSnap.com.
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Founded in 2009 and headquartered in Boulder, Colo., TeamSnap has taken the organization of youth, recreational and competitive sports into the 21st century. 23 million coaches, administrators, players and parents use TeamSnap’s web and smartphone apps to sign up, schedule, communicate and coordinate everything for the team, the club and the season. TeamSnap makes organizing sports as simple as click, tap and go. For more information, please visit www.teamsnap.com