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Kanda Golf partners with EnquiryBot

3.40pm 29th July 2020 - Management Topics

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Golf services company Kanda Golf has partnered with website engagement firm EnquiryBot to help golf clubs turn visitors to their website into into paying customers.

Running a golf club is challenging enough, but in an increasingly competitive world, there is nothing more frustrating than knowing people are visiting your website but disappearing without contacting you. Especially now when it’s more important than ever to make every sale count.

And when website visitors fail to make contact, it costs more than just the lost sale. It wastes time and money and leaves you frustrated and feeling left behind.

EnquiryBot is software already helping hundreds of golf clubs around the world control and grow enquiries from their websites, which is why golf services company Kanda Golf has partnered with them, to help turn those sales prospects into paying customers.

Jerry Kilby from Kanda Golf says: “This is a great tool for any business in the golf industry as we are all operating on minimal staff levels at the moment (and are likely to do so for many months to come). With EnquiryBot, the business will never miss another sales opportunity.  It could be a potential club member, an organiser of a golf society, or just a golfer looking for somewhere to play, this 24/7 service never misses an enquiry”. 

Adam Smith, Global Sales Director for EnquiryBot adds: “We understand the challenges facing golf clubs – it’s a tough business. We’re delighted to partner with Jerry and Kanda Golf and are looking forward to being able to help many more golf clubs in the UK in future. Brilliant tech shouldn’t just be available to big business.”

Kilby added: “I really like the way enquiries are managed through the automated customer relationship management in the back-end of the software. It’s so simple and intuitive and just works. To arrange an online demonstration or find out more, please get in touch.”

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