Teesnap, the fastest-growing technology company in the golf industry, understands the complexities that multi-course owners (MCOs) face and the urgency with which its customers want solutions. Furthermore, the lack of innovation in food and beverage features often forces operators to rely on separate systems for golf and F&B, splitting the data, reporting and integrations within the same property.
For the rest of 2018, Teesnap is focusing its development roadmap on solving these unique set of operational needs. Atop Teesnap’s list are multi-course operator functionality. That, along with with expanded food and beverage management capabilities, will give course operators more options and flexibility than EZLinks or the recently-released GN1.
“We’re excited to give course operators better options,” said Bryan Lord, Teesnap’s CEO and Founder. “Fair and transparent payment terms, which are not reliant on repeat golfer fees like commission or trade time models should be the standard in software solutions. We currently serve many two- to five-course multi-course ownership groups that operate clusters of courses in local markets. Their need to share customer data, membership programs, and gift cards, amongst other needs – are functionalities that we can easily fulfill. They love our mobile solution – not to mention our marketing platform…now it’s time to give them the ability to truly leverage the strengths and benefits of their multi-course operations.”
Teesnap is a mobile, cloud-based ERP system focused on actionable data collection for business intelligence reporting. Teesnap’s platform provides for one single customer record across POS, reservation, CRM, member management, automated email marketing, and food & beverage, all reported through holistic dashboard reports. This enables clients to more accurately market to customer behavior to influence spending habits. Teesnap’s automated marketing solutions are based on real-time customer behavior touch points. Teesnap also provides Managed Marketing Services for courses and management groups, helping them create and execute digital marketing initiatives. For more information on Teesnap, please visit www.teesnap.com.
Mark Farrow, Director of Business Development