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Do you keep track of how many members attend classes in your club? And do you put those numbers to work to drive growth and better manage your business? One powerful tool can turn those numbers into actionable insights: CLUBCOUNT.
CLUBCOUNT™ Powered by Les Mills is web-based digital solution for tracking your class attendance numbers. It gives you numerous ways to report on, and evaluate, your success. All you need to do is take a quick headcount for each class, enter the number into the software and CLUBCOUNT will take care of the rest.
With CLUBCOUNT you can:
With CLUBCOUNT, timetabling is quick and easy. Set targets for your classes, load all your programs and add any number of instructors and studios. From there, you can edit your timetable whenever you want and plan timetables in advance, for your next season or big group fitness event.
Designing a smart-looking timetable which promotes your group fitness offering effectively is simple. There are numerous ways to customize your look and feel – colors, logos, layout, headings, fonts and images. These can then be published to a high-resolution PDF so you, or your external printer, can produce your timetables on demand - or publish multiple schedules in real-time to the internet.
Capturing attendance data is quick and easy. All you have to do is enter your class numbers and then CLUBCOUNT will have everything it needs to report on group fitness performance. If you don’t want to run a report immediately, just have a look at any week’s attendance and target data on screen and spot how classes are performing so you can adapt your growth strategies rapidly as required.
With CLUBCOUNT you can focus your resources to drive growth based on quality reporting that is available at the click of a mouse. CLUBCOUNT will report on a whole range of information from overall attendance trends, class-by-class numbers, instructor performance, rankings and more.
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