Digital Caddies, Inc. (OTCPK: CADY), announces the first installations of their new tablet-‐based technology platform, The Players Network, at eight golf courses in the southwest:
Digital Caddies recently launched The Players Network that is a tablet–based technology installed on golf carts, connects to the web through Sprint’s high–speed wireless network and improves guests’ experiences by providing instant and accurate yardages, real–time food & beverage interaction and other content golfers demand.
“We’re excited about the customer service and golf course management tools that the new Digital Caddies system provides,” said Tom Shultz, JDM Director of Operations for Wigwam Golf and the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club. “The tablets and service are free to our golf courses AND our customers which has never been available before which is fantastic. The technology, graphics and ease–of–use are all phenomenal. And while we’ve only had it for a short time, the Digital Caddies system will help us to better manage our golf car fleet, pace of play and on–course operations.”
The new Digital Caddies platform is a powerful tool for golf course operators to improve their guests’ experiences, build guest loyalty, increase course revenue and lower operating costs and is FREE (to qualifying golf courses). The content provided through the new tablet platform is specifically designed to promote interaction between the golfer and the device throughout their round and thus provides an excellent opportunity for golf course operators and advertisers to interact directly with golfers in ways that have never been possible before.
“This is a very exciting milestone for our Company” said Mike Loustalot, President of Digital Caddies. “There has been a lot of hard work preparing for this moment and we know that these will be the first of many that will install The Players Network.”
With the Digital Caddies platform, course operators have the opportunity to increase revenue by promoting merchandise, food & beverage specials or whatever they’d like through the system. And, Digital Caddies can help golf course operators lower operating costs by helping them track golf car inventory, manage driver behavior and assist in forecasting agronomy issues.
About Digital Caddies
Digital Caddies was founded in 2003 and has since established a solid reputation and customer base using a low cost, easy-‐to-‐use, easy to implement GPS service. The company is now transitioning to a new business model by providing golf courses a wirelessly connected tablet-‐ based platform that is installed on golf cars. For more information about Digital Caddies please visit: www.digitalcaddies.net
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