ZapEvent Partners with RunScore Timing Software

September 18, 2013 - 3 minutes read

Relationship provides direct communication between online registration data and race timing software.

runscoreZapEvent (http://www.zapevent.com), an online event registration management company, is pleased to announce its newly released integration with RunScore (http://www.runscore.com) race timing software. Race Timers can now connect directly to ZapEvent registration and participant data from the RunScore interface. This tight integration with one of the most popular timing software systems further positions ZapEvent as one of the top online registrations on the market today.

From Jeff Wedren, owner of ZapEvent, “We are all about making life easier for Race Directors and their staff. By creating a seamless integration between ZapEvent and RunScore, we’ve essentially created an environment where Races and their Timers can seamlessly transfer their registrant data with the click of a button.

The setup process and ongoing data transfer couldn’t be easier. When you do your first download, you will be asked to provide the mapping from each ZapEvent field to a RunScore field. After that there is no further interaction for each download. You can do full downloads or incremental downloads. An incremental download brings down any new registrations since the last download.

Watch the integration demo video:

With the development of its public API, ZapEvent will be releasing several more integrations into other software over the next few months. A special “Thank You” to Bob Bickel and his team at RunSignUp for allowing us to re-use the API code they developed.

For more information contact Jeff Wedren at 612-548-5645 or jeff@zapevent.com

About RunTime Software 

RunScore, created and distributed by RunTime Software, is the world’s most popular race-scoring software, used to score and time road races, triathlons, and cross-country races. In addition to providing support to its many customers, RunTime Software interacts with manufacturers and distributors of all the major timing equipment available to support these devices. The company has been involved in computer scoring of running races since 1971. In addition to the race-scoring software, the company provides educational, seismological software for use in schools and museums. These programs are used at the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C. as well as in schools and museums around the world.