- Montealegre Club de Golf, Greenlife Marbella, Club de Golf Torre-Pacheco, Arcosur Golf, C.D. Somontes, and Escuela de Golf del RACE complete the list of recent additions.
- The technology company is rapidly gaining market share over the competition in Spain, adding 12 new Spanish names in the first two months of 2023 alone.
- More than 50 golf courses switched to Golfmanager’s software in 2022, which now exceeds 100 in Spain and 200 worldwide.
Nine new golf clubs in Spain have been added to Golfmanager, the software designed to completely digitize the daily operations of golf clubs: Bonalba Golf, Alhama Golf, Club de Golf Hato Verde, Montealegre Golf Club, Greenlife Marbella, Torre-Pacheco Golf Club, Arcosur Golf, C.D. Somontes and RACE Golf School.
There is considerable significance in this nine-move strategy in a market where Golfmanager has proven its technology can manage a golf club completely, replacing other previous management solutions.
The technology company is rapidly increasing its market share in Spain. Over the past two months, it has added 12 new clubs to its portfolio in Spain, continuing its upward trend after closing 2022 with more than 50 golf courses switching to Golfmanager, which now has more than 100 courses in Spain and 200 worldwide.
Alicante, a province where Golfmanager consolidates
In January, Golfmanager added Font del Llop Golf & Resort to its portfolio of resorts in Alicante. Additionally, Bonalba Golf, located in Mutxamel, whose golf course, along with its restaurant, is already 100% managed by Golfmanager’s software, joins Las Colinas Golf & Country Club, Lo Romero Golf, and La Finca Golf & Resort.
Efficiency and security are the reasons why they choose Golfmanager
Murcian Alhama Signature Golf and Sevillian Club de Golf Hato Verde are two notable names who have begun to use Golfmanager’s all-in-one, 100% cloud-based management program.
After other group courses, including Cuenca Golf (Spain) and Jesolo Golf and Valltelina Golf (Italy), migrated to Golfmanager, Alhama Signature Golf, owned by Global Golf, did so as well, demonstrating the tool’s success.
Club de Golf Hato Verde sought a reliable and secure alternative to cyber attacks from the technology company. As the global leader in cloud technology infrastructure, AWS (Amazon Web Services) hosts Golfmanager’s management program servers, which is robust enough to secure services, and monitor any activity that may occur around the software, and to be periodically tested against ethical hacks.
The Golfmanager software has been successfully implemented in golf clubs owned by companies like Banco Santander or Marriott Vacations, whose security standards are extremely high, where it has exceeded all internal tests.
The list of nine new additions is completed by Montealegre Golf Club, Greenlife Marbella, Torre-Pacheco Golf Club, Arcosur Golf, C.D. Somontes, and Escuela de Golf RACE. These courses have simplified their operations, gained agility, and increased their team productivity by concentrating everything related to their club activity in a single tool.
According to Daniel Sillari, co-founder and COO of Golfmanager, “We have started 2023 in the best possible way in Spain, a country where the trend towards change is becoming evident. More and more golf managers are realizing the importance of having a complete, 100% cloud-based, and secure tool to handle their day-to-day operations. We continue to work on including new enhancements that increase productivity and revenue for all the courses that are part of our global community of clubs.”