March Madness Office Pool Software - Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont

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The demand for high quality March Madness office pool software will be significant in workplaces throughout the New England region this year. - The free version of this software offers top functionality but features odds whereas the webmaster version incorporates your own logos and banners.  It is fully automated with no need for registration.   The webmaster version is just $90 and allows entries to be submitted right up to the start of the first game in the tournament.  The pool will automatically display the actual tournament match ups within 5-10 minutes of the selection committees announcement.  Other features include:

  • Printable entry form.
  • Printable copy of each partcipant's picks.
  • Printable matrix of all entries.
  • One-click access to view all current entries in the pool.
  • One-click access to view the latest results of the pool.
  • One-click access to view all previous results.
  • One-click access to view up to date standings in leaderboard format.
  • One-click access to view each individual entrant's picks.
  • One-click access to view results entered to date. - While not an office pool software per se, offers a full service online sportsbook for wagering purposes whereby administrators act as bookies or agents and pay a set fee per player (FREE for up to four weeks  The platform allows individuals to place money line bets (on team to win outright), spread bets and futures (team to win the Championship).  While payouts could prove lucrative and players will likely continue taking advantage long beyond the conclusion of March Madness, administrators will typically come out well on top as "the house always wins" applies here.  The software company (known as a Pay Per Head) manages and does all the leg work, including the ability to communicate with clients 24/7 both online and via the phone.  Administrators only job is to ensure their players are paid in a timely fashion. allows the option of providing cryptocurrency payment and deposit transactions to the point where an administrator's primary focus will be on attracting more players and counting the money as it rolls in.  This particular platform allows clients to place bets on games LIVE IN-PLAY right up to the final second (i.e. which team will score next, etc..). Mobile platform available in addition to an online casino.

Turbo Tourney - Turbo Tourney 2018 and Turbo Tourney Pro 2018 are the premier software tools for managing your sports office pool or online contest.   Since 1994 this company has been providing everything you need to make running your office pool fun again and will amaze your players!  Why wait... join the fun now! Turbo Tourney is an automated pool manager for your college basketball tournament pool. You can collect entries on the web and download them directly into your pool with just a few clicks. Turbo Tourney takes all the work out of this time-consuming and error prone task. You setup all your options, customize your pool parameters and let Turbo Tourney do the rest!

- Tyrone Black,

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