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Jonas Leisure Offers Masterclasses In Health And Fitness Software

Leisure and fitness industry professionals from across Australia will get a masterclass in cutting edge software from Centaman and Gladstone at events run by Jonas Leisure in Melbourne and Sydney next week.

The Jonas Leisure User Groups will showcase innovations made available to leisure centres and health and fitness clubs through Centaman and Gladstone software, whether to manage group fitness classes, swim school programmes or club membership, or to deliver insightful business analytics.

Keeping abreast of the latest innovations in leisure industry software is essential in a highly competitive industry, said Jonas Leisure General Manager Mike Henton.

“The aim of the sessions is to make sure people are getting all the benefits that the Centaman and Gladstone software products can deliver,” Mr Henton said. “Leisure and fitness are challenging sectors, where it pays to make the most of technology to keep with up clients’ needs and expectations, and remain competitive.”

The first User Group will take place next week on 16 November at the Harbour View Hotel in Sydney, with a second session at the Rydges Hotel in St Kilda, Melbourne on 17 November.

“People working in Australia’s leisure centres and health and fitness clubs can expect to gain comprehensive knowledge that will help them gain efficiency in the systems they use day-to-day,” Mr Henton said. “Ultimately, our aim is to help leisure centres and health and fitness centres to improve their customer interaction, improve their productivity and stay ahead of the game.”

Jonas Leisure brings together seven leading leisure and recreation software brands – Envibe, Centaman, Gladstone, The Retention People, Nutrition Complete, Cap2 and EZFacility – under one banner.

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