CricHQ acquires Total Cricket Scorer

crichqTotal Cricket Scorer (TCS) has long been acknowledged as pioneers of digital scoring through their laptop scoring software, used at Lords and other first class English venues, has been bought by New Zealand company CricHQ.

CricHQ is the leading digital platform for cricket worldwide used by over 47 cricketing nations for their central administration, CRM, competition management and talent identification. The CricHQ platform includes mobile and tablet scoring capabilities, and will now also be able to offer best of breed laptop based scoring.

“TCS has been the benchmark for electronic scoring for many years and has built a great reputation with their large community of loyal users. We are really excited to be able to integrate TCS into the CricHQ platform” says Simon Baker CEO of CricHQ.

TCS was founded in England by Paul Thurstance and Lee Marmara. The software package has been refined and improved upon since the release of the first version, with users having a lot of input into that evolution.

“It will be business as usual for TCS,” said Baker. “The company has a great product and a loyal following, and we are pleased that the founders will continue to be involved long term.”

Gus Mackay, CricHQ’s MD of Europe is already looking ahead. “With TCS & CricHQ joining forces it provides a compelling offering for the Counties & Leagues that already use a mixture of both technologies to manage their cricket.  We look forward to working with them all”.

For more information, please contact:

Gus Mackay

Email: gus.mackay@crichq.com

Mobile: 07739749899

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