Keep your gym and members connected with compete. Compete club management software from Fiserv allows you to seamlessly connect with your customers and employees. With Compete, users can join online, review accounts or make changes to any schedule – anytime, anywhere – all from the convenience of iPhone, iPad or Android mobile devices.

Increase membership and employee satisfaction. Let Compete help you:

Improve member satisfaction with Member Self Service. Members can view statements, pay online and edit schedules or billing information – anytime, day or night.

Increase membership with Join Online. Memberships increase when prospects have the ability to join remotely.

Increase employee productivity with Employee Self Service. Employees can manage their schedule and clients even while outside of the gym.

Our solutions and services are designed to meet the operational, financial and membership management needs of your club with EFT and POS processing, outsourced member billing, data management, scalable architecture that grows with your club, ad hoc and standard reporting.

PCI-compliant, single source, fully integrated solutions. Our products are delivered and supported by a dedicated team of industry-leading experts.

Fiserv has been helping clubs of all sizes for more than 30 years reach maximum potential in membership, retention, revenue and profitability. Stop by booth No. 1324 at Club Industry and let us share how we can help you and your club meet its full potential. We look forward to working with you.
Booth No. 1324

This company is an exhibitor at the Club Industry Show and an advertiser in the September 2012 issue of Club Industry.

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