Club Caddie, a Jonas Club Software Company, Partners with First American

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All-inclusive golf management platform covers end-to-end operations, and brings to market a mobile-first, fully integrated payment solution

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All-in-one golf operations management – that’s exactly what Club Caddie delivers. The Michigan-based software company, backed by Jonas Club Software, specializes in core management software for small, large, public, and semi-private golf clubs across North America. It is owned and operated by enterprising golf course operators as an answer to their challenges of running profitable golf operations in today’s market.

Payment processing is a major component of the Club Caddie software suite, used for everything from pro shop sales and golf club halfway house purchases to tee sheet reservations, event booking and member management and billing.

“At Jonas Club Software we push ourselves to innovate on every aspect of member interaction at a club. Mobility in all forms, including the ability to pay anywhere, has been a major request from the clubs we serve,” said Jonas Club Software President Joe Oswald. “In working with First American, Club Caddie now has the ability to use the PAX D220 to safely and securely take payments anywhere a club wants to process transactions.”

When evaluating potential payment processing partners, Club Caddie vetted numerous providers, ultimately selecting First American for its nimble payment technology, successful integration track record, and depth of expertise within the golf industry.

"With the adoption of EMV, operators are seeing a wave of transformation in the way transactions occur,” said Club Caddie COO Ian Brigmann. “Similar to how Magtek had set the industry standard, First American and PAX are now paving the way with unmatched security, reliability, and near instant transaction speed. Club Caddie is happy to announce that we are leading the industry with the adoption of the mobile D220 solution.”

“The scale of Club Caddie’s business alone requires a partnership with only the best of the best in payment processing,” said First American Account Executive Jennifer Cunningham, who helped solidify the agreement. “Club Caddie is a top-flight software company, highly regarded in their vertical and they continue to grow. This is the start of a phenomenal partnership. We will produce great results together.”

For more information, please contact Jennifer Cunningham, Account Executive, First American, jennifer.cunningham@first-american.net.

About First American Payment Systems – Technology Driven Payments
First American Payment Systems, L.P., headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, is a global payment technology company providing leading integrated payment solutions to more than 164,000 merchants throughout the Americas and Europe. First American provides partner and merchant payment solutions that include a robust set of in-store, online and mobile payment solutions paired with the latest in payment security, across a wide range of verticals. Backed by award-winning customer service, merchants and partners have access to our U.S. based Customer Call Center 24/7/365. For more information, visit http://www.first-american.net.

About Club Caddie – Cloud-Based All-In-One Management Software
Club Caddie was founded by enterprising Golf Course operators as an answer to their needs to manage all of the challenges of running profitable golf operations in today’s market. Based in Detroit Michigan- with over 5 years’ experience serving golf clubs across the United States they offer an all-in-one, cloud-based SaaS software product. Club Caddie’s comprehensive core system allows users to manage all aspects of their properties from golf operations with integrated Point-of-sale, Tee-Sheet and food/beverage operations. With customers in over 10 states and a growing number of courses under contract every day, Club Caddie’s award-winning technology is well-positioned to help golf course operators run a better business. For more information, visit http://www.clubcaddie.com.

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