SIUS renews official partnership with IPC Shooting28.10.2016
Swiss company will continue working with IPC Shooting as Official Results and Target Systems Provider until 2024.
“We are very proud and pleased to announce the extension of our cooperation with IPC Shooting.”
IPC Shooting has extended its partnership with SIUS, the world’s leading producer of electronic scoring systems, as the Official Results and Target Systems Provider for IPC Shooting at regional, world and World Cup events until 2024.
In 2013 SIUS became the first Official Partner of IPC Shooting and has continued to support the sport following its growth since the London 2012 Paralympic Games. The partnership has meant that live results have been available for all IPC Shooting competitions, providing fans, the media and teams with real-time scoring, allowing them to follow competitions as they happen.
Sarah Bond, IPC Shooting Sport Manager said: “We are delighted to be able to continue working with SIUS. The partnership has been invaluable for shooting Para sport and has allowed us to improve the standard of our competitions worldwide as well as our online presence by offering live results.
“SIUS consistently provides the sport with high quality services that are integral to the continued development of the sport, both at competitions and in terms of reaching out to fans. We are looking forward to a continuous successful collaboration during the coming years.”
Daniel Isliker, SIUS Chief Executive Officer said: “We are very proud and pleased to announce the extension of our cooperation with IPC Shooting. Thanks to the good collaboration during the past few years we are looking forward to further successful years. We shall continue in providing the sport with a high quality service that will improve the competition experience for shooters and fans alike. The partnership allows us to gain more insights which support our mission in enhancing shooting sport.”
SIUS will continue to provide services for all IPC Shooting World Cups and major Championships.
The 2017 shooting calendar will kick off in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates, on February 21 with the first World Cup of the year.