yourself and your staff in activities that detract from your primary
role in the club leads to goal diffusion and a lessened level of service
to your members. By maintaining a clear and concise focus, you’re
better able to look at the short and long-term strategic picture of the
Should a club manage their own technology infrastructure?
Although many do, it may not be the best way to gain a competitive
advantage, especially in an economic downturn. Clubs compete based on
their reputation, facilities and service levels.
What role does IT play in determining your competitive advantage?
For clubs, providing a pristinely manicured golf course, stunning food
& beverage offerings, unmatched service levels and timely responses
to member inquiries is quite different than (and preferable to) managing
an email server, your website, data back-ups or POS systems.
offers a suite of IT solutions that allows clubs to focus on what they
know best, and not waste money, time or their people capital on their IT
environment. From proactive managed services solutions, hardware maintenance agreements, custom website design and SEO solutions and fully integrated club accounting software;
PCS Group lifts the burden of managing your network from your shoulders
Network downtime can cripple a club’s operation and force management to
dedicate time and money to repair the damage. What other, more
impactful responsibilities are going unattended while your staff works
on IT issues?
Outsourcing part or all of your IT needs
is an effective relief lever; allowing you to put your best and
brightest to work on your core business. In other words, let someone
else focus on what they do best, so you can focus on what you do best.