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BRS Golf and Club Systems integration

8.00am 2nd September 2011 - Corporate - This story was updated on Sunday, September 4th, 2011

BRS Golf and Club Systems have announced the release of the first stage of integration between their products.

Customers using both the CLUB2000 Membership and the BRS Golf  Club Diary and Tee Time Manager will be able to synchronise the membership information automatically and in real-time.  Now any new or amended member’s details will be automatically reflected inBRS.

Membership database sharing: the essential first step

As Richard Peabody, MD of Club Systems, explained: “Sharing the same Membership Database was always the first essential step, the foundation to complete integration between our products.  Club managers and their teams will benefit immediately by not having to input twice any details regarding members or having to do a manual export/import. The next stage of integration is already under way, and this includes Match and Handicap, Epos and Website Integration.”

Dr. Brian Smith of BRS Golf said: “Integrating the products has been a complex process and our teams have taken a great deal of care to ensure that the integration not only works seamlessly but with the normal high level of reliability and quality.  A number of clubs have already been upgraded and have been running the integration successfully over the last 2 months. We look forward to getting all our joint customers upgraded and benefitting from this integration. “

Implementing the upgrades

Clubs that are interested in benefitting from this integration will have to be upgraded to the latest version of both systems. This upgrade is available free of charge to all customers. To register an interest, please follow this link and complete the form http://www.club2000.co.uk/integration

       

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