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What iGo Figure Software Has to Say about Its Booth

What iGo Figure Software Has to Say about Its Booth

Find out why thousands of facility owners like you trust the all-in-one iGo Figure Membership and Business Management Software to run their facility:

  • Incredibly easy-to-use software that does it all.
  • Integrated, low-cost payment processing, including $0.10 EFT.
  • Efficiently manage all of your memberships.
  • Handle all your scheduling needs.
  • Control facility access.
  • Track employee compensation.
  • Advanced POS and inventory system.
  • Local install or web-based/hosted available.
  • Available in multiple languages.
  • World-class free support (seven days a week) and training included.
  • Unlimited upgrades.

About iGo Figure Software: Go Figure’s primary focus is creating a high-quality, all-in-one software product that effectively manages membership and business information, provides easy payment processing and tracks inventory, includes robust reporting capabilities to reduce the time and effort of running a business.

Special Event:Live presentation
Who: Kyle Zagrozky, president of iGo Figure Software
What: "Mining for Gold: How to Track and Mine Member Data"
Where: Room E258
When: 9 a.m., Wednesday, Oct. 6
Don’t miss the live presentation with iGo Figure Software President Kyle Zagrodzky about getting the most out of your member data. Not only is Kyle a former owner of nine fitness clubs and an accomplished speaker, but he also has shared the stage with Zig Zigler and is sure to deliver a motivating and informative presentation that you won’t want to miss. This will be one of the best presentations at CI 2010.

Booth No. 1029

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