RunSignUp December Newsletter

Top News: 2018 Year in Review We're heading into our 10th year! 2018 was an amazing year for us, with 17,686 races using our services to register 5M+ participants and process more than $200,000,000 in transactions. The numbers don't tell the whole story though - it's our technology that drives our business, and we delivered... Continue Reading →

A Happy Ron-Tirement!

While Ron Synup may have gone unnoticed by many RunSignup customers over the years, he's been a big part of the growth of this little company. With the new logo, Ron has been officially retired, and we wanted to take the opportunity to commemorate his tenure. Ron was introduced by Bob's wife, Marlise. You first... Continue Reading →

Holiday Payments

Just a reminder to races that payments will be delayed day or two this week and next week due to Holiday bank closures for Christmas Day and New Years Day. Best wishes to everyone for a safe and Happy Holiday Season!  We look forward to working with you in 2019!

2018 Availability Report

Knock on wood, but it was the third year in a row with 100% uptime - zero downtime. We actually just completed a migration to the newest version of PHP that as you can see from the graph below saved about 15-20 milliseconds: We had several highlights from the year on the positive side: Major... Continue Reading →

2018 Year in Review

Amazing how time flies - we are heading into our 10th year! It reminds me of a Bill Gates quote: “Most people overestimate what they can do in one year and underestimate what they can do in ten years.” We never thought we would be processing over $210 Million of money for races and non-profits... Continue Reading →

RunSignup Launches RaceDay Scoring!

The Endurance Industry’s Next Generation Scoring Solution We’ve just launched our new RaceDay Scoring software solution for the endurance event industry. After twenty-two months of development and user testing, the RaceDay Scoring production release is now available for timers to score events across the country. Our RaceDay Scoring is the race industry’s next generation in... Continue Reading →

6% of Races over 500 Die

Over the past year, we have been collecting stats on what happens to races over 500 people that use our platform from year to year. For example, in November, 2018, we looked at the 290 races over 500 that used RunSignUp races that occurred in November 2017 to see what happened to them this year.... Continue Reading →

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