Golfmanager – Forbes Spain highlights the digitization company as among its top Sportech startups to follow
December 15, 2022 – Golfmanager, the software created to fully digitize the daily operations of golf clubs, has been featured as one of the current digitalization Sportech startups in the December issue of Forbes, at the Spanish edition of the prestigious business magazine recognized by global scale.
In Forbes’ supplement ‘ForbesStartups,’ the company is featured as one of the key players in digitization as a Sportech company. The company shares leadership with other sportech startups in other industries.
During 2018, sports digitization received a record investment of 360 million Euros, which is attracting incubators, venture builders, and capital funds.
Forbes, the culmination of a 2022 of pure growth for Golfmanager
Golfmanager‘s presence in Forbes is the culmination of a wonderful year for the company. Its golf club digitization software is used by more than 200 golf courses across 15 countries, including Marco Simone Golf & Country Club and Finca Cortesín, Official Ryder Cup, and Solheim Cup 2023 Venues, respectively.
Top media such as El Español, Cadena COPE, MARCA, El Economista, and now Forbes, have pay attention to the unstoppable growth of Golfmanager. The software has quickly established itself as a clear contender to traditional golf software that existed prior to its arrival.
David Sanchez, Chief Marketing Officer at Golfmanager, says: “Forbes highlighting Golfmanager underscores our progress. More and more golf courses are choosing us the value we deliver for their day-by-day operations.”
Daniel Sillari, Co-founder & COO of the company, points out: “Golfmanager is fully prepared for the challenges and growth that will face us in 2023, which will lead to our company’s expansion into new strategic regions, such as Latin America. Our company strives to provide the best experience to all of its customers.”