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Hi everyone!

Time flies when you’re having fun.

Forgive me for using such a cliché, I can’t believe that we are so far into this journey already! 

A 2020 blog post wouldn’t be complete without mention of Covid-19, which has shaken society as we know it. But after spending months trying to survive to homeschooling and working remotely combined with high doses of emotional and hard life moments, we reminded ourselves the passion that we have about shaping the future of Scadip and it has been a breath of fresh air and a welcome change of perspective that make us even more than ever to stay positive and keep our energy up and look ahead.

What is Scadip?

Scadip is a new start-up, focusing on making your life easier when you want to gather data that appears on public websites. We’re building software that collect that data for you so you can focus on make data-driven decisions rather than spend a lot of time figuring out how to get the data out.

We’re also building our core system based on 21st-century technology that means we can collect amounts of web data in real-time and you can get it without huge effort. All whilst staying secure and reliable.

For smaller businesses and start-ups, to gather the right data is crucial for their growth as a business and we want to help them.

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our first product: the Football Stats API. Wave goodbye to copy and paste goals, player stats, corners, etc from football websites. Now we collect the data for you and developers can quickly integrate them with your application or website.

You can try our Football Stats API software for an unlimited trial completely free! at www.scadip.com/football and start your success path to predict for the upcoming football matches.

What’s next?

Over the next few weeks and months, we’ll use our blog to give you early access to the new datasets business or individuals are most excited about.

You can sign up for email updates at www.scadip.com or chat with us on Twitter at @scadip.