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Club Systems International’s New Software Receives Warm Industry Welcome

3.10pm 13th September 2013 - New Products - This story was updated on Friday, September 13th, 2013

Sky Sports presenter Di Dougherty hosts the launch of Club Systems International’s ClubV1 software at Moor Park last week
Sky Sports presenter Di Dougherty hosts the launch of Club Systems International’s ClubV1 software at Moor Park last week

Distinguished golf industry guests packed out Moor Park Golf Club on Thursday, 5th September for the launch of Club Systems International’s eagerly-awaited new ClubV1 administration system.

Hosted by Sky Sports’ presenter Di Dougherty, the presentation, by Club Systems’ Neil McCluskey, outlined the key attributes of the new cloud-based application, including the flexibility of use from any device and location, extensive drill-down capabilities on member and non-member golf and financial activity, radical improvement of competition and handicapping administration, and extensive improvements to member communication and marketing.

The presentation, which was well received by those present, was followed by a question-and-answer session with Club Systems’ managing director Richard Peabody, development manager Robert Crotch-Harvey and ClubV1 project manager Alistair Brown, before guests were treated to a champagne afternoon tea, with personal run-throughs of ClubV1 on mobile tablet computers.

Peabody was thrilled with the response to ClubV1, and said: “I’ve been very impressed with this new application myself, but the incredible response from the industry guests here has taken me aback. The system’s ease of use and mobility has excited managers the most.”

Delivered on time, and at considerable investment, ClubV1 offers a three-tier pricing structure, starting with an inexpensive entry-level product for clubs across the UK and Ireland.

Club Systems International


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