Toronto, Canada: Jonas Club Software has been included in the National Golf Foundation’s (NGF) list of Top 100 Businesses in Golf for 2018.
Golf industry companies were recognised by the NGF based on Leadership, Innovation, Social Good and Growth Rate and Success.
Jim Fedigan, Group Chief Executive Officer, Club & Hospitality, said: “It is always an honour to be recognised by well-respected organisations within the golf industry such as the NGF. Seeing Jonas Club Software next to other first-rate businesses is a testament to the strong relationships and trust we have built with our golf clients.”
A Full Business Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation, Jonas Club Software has in many ways created its own niche in the industry, drastically simplifying the traditional check-in process and enabling a club’s staff to fully manage related processing, maintenance, billing and reporting.
Jonas is able to provide custom solutions that are catered to particular clubs and geographic areas, and the company has the experience to work with clients throughout the process to ensure they have the right mix – whether it’s software, communication or service.
By improving efficiency and accuracy, Jonas ultimately is able to increase revenues and decrease costs, but perhaps most importantly, allow affiliated clubs and their staff to focus on enriching member relationships.
Jonas Club Software was one of 11 AGIF member companies that were included in the top-100 list. Others were Bayer, Club Car, Greg Norman Company, Hunter, John Deere, PGA of America, Rain Bird, Syngenta, Toro and Troon Golf.
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