The annual event allows the company to meet customers and gain essential feedback on the industry and product offerings
Teesnap, the fastest-growing technology company in the golf industry, is a presenting sponsor of the National Golf Course Owners Association’s Multi-Course and Resort Operators Retreat (NGCOA MCOR). This annual two-day retreat is an exclusive, invitation-only gathering of golf’s top officers and owners/managers of six or more courses or resorts.
“We are extremely excited to be a part of this incredible event for the third straight year,” said Bryan Lord, Founder and CEO of Teesnap. “Getting feedback about where the industry stands and how owners feel about their properties and operations is a great learning experience for us. We have supported the NGCOA every year since our launch in 2013. The group represents the heartbeat of the golf industry.”
Conference attendees will convene in Chicago from July 17-18 with peers from around the world. The event includes two full days of networking, sharing strategies and best practices, plus thought leadership on critical issues. There will be fun too: socializing and relaxing during evening activities and on the golf course.
For more information on the conference, please visit www.ngcoa.org/mcor18
Teesnap is a mobile, cloud-based ERP system focused on actionable data collection for business intelligence reporting. Teesnap’s platform provides for one single customer record across POS, reservation, CRM, member management, automated email marketing, and food & beverage, all reported through holistic dashboard reports. This enables clients to more accurately market to customer behavior to influence sp1ending habits. Teesnap’s automated marketing solutions are based on real-time customer behavior touch points. Teesnap also provides Managed Marketing Services for courses and management groups, helping them create and execute digital marketing initiatives. For more information on Teesnap, please visit Teesnap.com.
Mark Farrow, Director of Account Management & Marketing