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Tagmarshal appoints new general manager

10.48am 21st May 2021 - People

Tagmarshal, the global leader in on-course optimisation and golfer traffic management software, has appointed Joey Walters as its new general manager in the US. 

Walters is based at Tagmarshal USA headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. He joined the company in early 2021 as Operations Director. 

Tagmarshal US general manager Joey Walters

With over 20 years’ experience in the Technology sector having previously worked with major Google suppliers and other tech giants as well as in the medical industries, Walters has demonstrated success in building teams, creating a culture of excellence, and establishing deep and lasting relationships with company partners that focuses on adding on-going value. 

Bodo Sieber, Tagmarshal CEO, said: “Tagmarshal is delighted to announce the appointment of Mr. Joey Walters as General Manager, Tagmarshal USA, to lead our on-going drive to add value to the industry. During the first half of 2021, Tagmarshal has continued to build strong bonds with its partners, both new and long-term, providing an invaluable source of feedback to the company as it develops and introduces new and high impact features to its product lines. 

“Key to our work culture is our credo to continually add value to our partners and part of that is, of course, continued investment in our growing Atlanta Head Office,” said. “Joey Walter’s broad expertise and his attention to these fundamental qualities aligns with our core values and goals,” said Sieber.

Tagmarshal, the experts in on-course optimization, helps courses to operate more efficiently, save costs and generate revenue, while delivering exceptional player experiences. Data insights that drive optimization, resulting in bottom line improvements for material gains, are at the core of the value and ROI achieved by partner clubs, with our multi-year partnerships testament to their effectiveness.

As market leaders in pace and flow management, Tagmarshal technology has collected over 1 billion data points from over 15 million rounds of golf. It has partnered with more than 300 clubs, private, daily fee and resorts ranging from 30 of the Top 100 US courses, via course management groups to $30 daily fee courses.

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