Odds are your club stores important data about your members and employees. Here are three steps to help you safeguard that data from theft.
Well-placed sensors can provide valuable member- and asset-management information that has a significant impact on your gym’s operation and performance.
Digital strategies shouldn't have longevity, but rather change with the evolving landscape, says UK-based futurist and author Ben Hammersley.
If you're incorporating wearable device data into exercise classes, you need to make sure you're protecting the sensitive health information they contain.
Overwhelmed by the information flow? Here's how to use all those numbers to grow your business.
Carrie Kepple, club manager for Les Mills Newmarket, explains why she thinks gyms should incorporate fitness-enhancing technology.
When personal trainers learn how to analyze data from wearable devices, they can provide tremendous benefits to clients in reaching their goals.
Cloud computing can benefit your club's operations and member experience, likely in ways you hadn't even thought of.
"The clubs that are going to be the most successful are the ones that integrate thoughtful digital strategies with the brick and mortar."
The latest generation of wearable fitness trackers are presenting data in a more meaningful way. And your club can leverage that data for members.
It’s difficult to retain any member, let alone January resolutionists. This time of year, data software services and customer relationship management (CRM) become crucial.
Leading fitness industry experts agree that tech investments are key components to running a successful health club in today’s increasingly competitive market.
Having a robust customer relationship management (CRM) system can help you improve the most critical aspects of your club's member experience.
By incorporating wearable technology into your club, you can improve the member experience, contribute to ancillary sales, and boost retention.