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Reviver Auto Co-Founder and CEO Neville Boston



Rick talks with Neville Boston on “Tech of Sports.”

Disrupting a 125-year old industry doesn’t happen overnight… but Reviver Auto Co-Founder and CEO Neville Boston is up to the challenge. That, added with the fact that people, especially sports fans love personalization.

What started out as a way to speed up and streamline the registration process for your car or fleet of vehicles has some additional byproducts. Gone is old dirty metal tag or plate and taking its place is a high tech and customizable digital display.

The Rplate Pro from Reviver Auto is the world’s first digital license plate. The multi-functional digital display and connected vehicle platform offers a variety of features to make driving safer and smarter for consumers including:

-Automated DMV Registration – Including renewals, transfer of ownership and autopay
-Parking & Tolls – Display parking permits & violations, automatically pay tolls
-Safety Alerts – Including emergency, weather and Amber Alerts
-Personalization – Change plate’s background color and add custom messages such as student driver, real driver or baby on board
-Specialty Plate – Handicap, medical condition, senior driver, student driver etc.
-Cause Plate – Support nonprofits, communities, charities and other causes with approved cause plates
-Vehicle Tracking – Track your vehicle, speed and trips, and even display a stolen vehicle message
-Smart Home Connectivity – Connect your Rplate Pro to interact with smart home features such as lights, garage door and security system
-Targeted Messaging – Display customized messaging when the car is legally parked

Rick and Neville talk about how this impacts the world of sports! A fun talk!

Neville Boston

 


Former NFLer, Will Allen, on Sports ‘Going Green’



Will Allen, a college football star for Ohio State University, received All-American honors. He was drafted in the fourth round of the 2004 NFL Draft by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and also played DB for the Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers.

He was a panelist at the recent Green Sports Alliance Summit, in Atlanta. The theme for the 2018 Summit was “PLAY GREENER™ : Get in the Game” and focused on taking action that encouraged collaborative problem-solving to achieve sustainable change across the sports spectrum. Attendees engaged in multiple skill-building and problem-solving workshops to develop solutions that encourage environmental and social responsibility across operations, supply chains, and fan bases.

Rick talks to Allen about how athletes can use their name to promote change and eco-awareness.

A great deal of talk at the Summit about sustainability of sports facilities.

Great talking to Will Allen.

Keep the conversation going on social media! Green Sports Alliance handles:

Twitter: @sportsalliance
Facebook:@GreenSportsAlliance
Instagram: @greensportsalliance
Hashtags: #PLAYGREENER #greensports

Will Allen

Ken Grohe, Update of SignNow for Golf Tournaments and Spring Sports



A pleasure to have Ken Grohe of SignNow, back on Tech of Sports with some updates.

Ken is in golf mode at he played TPC Sawgrass and is at the Masters.

He talks Legal, Compliance, HR, Sales, Hospitality, etc and the many uses of SignNow to:

Register the players, caddies, transportation, Pro-Ams, and volunteers
Run the Charity
VIP and Hospitality
Run the local and national PGA Fundraising
Coordinate the suppliers, event staffing, and schedules

Ken also talks about a recently announced a simplified process for sending and collecting forms for youth sports clubs, leagues, and tournaments with the SignNow e-signature platform. Powered by the SignNow REST API, SportsForms removes the hassle of managing paperwork such as medical waivers, concussion forms, codes of conduct, birth certificates, player pass photos and league player contracts, and empowers athletes and parents to electronically sign required documents securely from anywhere and any device.

SportsForms is a service company designed for sports team managers, club directors, tournament organizers and sports leagues to send, sign and save team paperwork electronically. Powered by SignNow, SportsForms takes virtually any paper document, digitizes it and makes it available for electronic completion and signature. Users receive a link to sign a document and complete it using a standard web browser, or iOS or Android device. Once completed, the documents are automatically made available online to the team manager or club administrators. SportsForms allows for the simple and efficient collection of documents without printers, scanners, fax machines or even paper, pens or ink.

“SignNow simplifies the joy of participation,” said Grohe. “The SignNow API was built with the developer in mind – easy to implement, manage and use with an intuitive interface designed for simplicity. Together with SportsForms, we’re empowering sports teams to remove the hassle of dealing with paperwork so they can focus on their players and the game.”

I’m sure more updates to come from SignNow.

Ken Grohe of SignNow


Ken Grohe of SignNow



Wednesday, February 7, was National Signing Day and an app called SignNow played a big role.

We talk with Ken Grohe of SignNow this week on Tech of Sports.

The SignNow app allows you to get legally binding signatures from your customers, partners and employees in seconds.

Stop chasing paper! SignNow E-Signature cuts document turnaround time by 90%. E-sign documents for FREE anywhere and anytime! ✓ Secure & easy to use ✓ Legally-binding ✓ Trusted by over 5 million users.

How does SignNow relate to National Signing Day?

SignNow has established special relationships with numerous Colleges & Universities such as Arizona State, Boston College, Cornell, University of Nebraska, University of Michigan, Notre Dame, University of Massachusetts, UCLA, Oregon State, University of Connecticut, University of Illinois and North Dakota in an effort to streamline paperless processes for official documents. National Signing Day carries with it the significance of tradition as well as the hopes and dreams of hundreds of young athletes. Modernizing the process for these athletes brings them one step closer to making their dreams a reality.

SignNow allows university faculties to reach recruits in seconds. They’re able to collect letters of intent (also known as a #NLI) in a single click, free from the hassles of obsolete faxing technology or having to collect the letter in person. Both the recruits and faculty can easily store, secure and quickly access and manage their documents using SignNow.

SignNow is the world’s top ranking mobile signature platform, used in more than 170 countries and territories around the globe.

Let’s hear from Ken Grohe, of SignNow:

Olivia Grohe signs with Boston College
Ken Grohe