Using data can benchmark impartially performances and help decision makers. Data should never be ‘the answer’ but its use can be very powerful in helping clubs analyse and monitor performance and understand the effects of different decisions.
We track over 1,000 teams, and 10,000 coaches in various leagues across the world. Automated systems track each team’s performances over the time each coach was at each club in order to assess the impact they made, whether each club improved over their tenure, and by how much. We then aggregate this over multiple clubs to see if a coach is consistently improving performance.
We are constantly monitoring clubs performance in leagues across Europe, running simulations of the entire season to assess the likelihood of all outcomes for all teams. Our bespoke team platform allows stakeholders to set targets for their team for the upcoming season. We then monitor and assess performance on an ongoing basis relative to these targets - giving users full overview of the teams prospects in their dashboard and helping inform decisions on when and how to act.
This online dashboard is updated daily, allowing users to measure and benchmark performance beyond the simple points that are seen in the league table.
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Cesena first approached Sports4Cast to investigate enhanced monitoring of the Italian leagues - looking to try to understand what was necessary in order to make their target of automatic promotion.
Sports4Cast sat down with the Cesena team to understand their goals and reporting needs and built a system to allow them to input their targets. This then allowed them to understand how match results - both past and upcoming - would affect their chances of hitting their target as the league progressed, as well as updated requirements in order to meet those targets.
Sports4Cast fed into the weekly reporting package sent to management, allowing them to impartially assess how the season was progressing and make decisions based on this information.