An old adage comes to mind:
If it's not broke, don't fix it.
I have not heard of many issues with the double blind set up, so not sure why the need to bolster that end of it.
Software is a tool. A means to an end. I have worked for some big corporations, that have lousy software tools, and when asked: why was this done this way? It almost always goes back to software limitations.
Let's not let the software geeks tell s how the scoring needs to be run, just because it is within the capabilities of the software.