June 06, 2016
CMP relies on docAlpha to automate competitive scoring by reading hand-written score cards and tallying/validating competitive results
When the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP), a national organization dedicated to training and educating U. S. citizens in responsible uses of firearms through gun safety training, marksmanship training and competitions needed a faster, more reliable way to tally and post hand-written marksmanship competition scores to their Website, they turned to Artsyl for a solution.
Using the Artsyl docAlpha smart process platform to intelligently read hand-written score cards from competition judges and tally results, CMP can now handle 17 different competitions with over 850 competitors flawlessly, so that timely, accurate scores are posted to their Web site automatically.
“The totaling of the scorecard and having everything double checked by docAlpha is very important to posting accurate results in a timely fashion. Each match comes with its own set of rules. All of our needs were able to be accomplished with docAlpha,“ said Shannon Hand, CMP North Competitions Manager.
To learn more about how CMP leverages docAlpha to power process improvement, view the full case study.