Sailability Forum UK: new forum reply to Management and booking system

New reply from Chris Hodge

<p>Andy</p>
<p>I had a look at Sailing Club Manager when I was looking at membership software a couple of years ago.  I found it a little too complicated for my purposes. However I have had a good experience with MemberMojo – which is useful for holding membership and attendance records on a GDPR compliant database.  It is fairly inexpensive (£60 per year).  </p>
<p>It doesn't do calendars or booking which more sophisticated systems might do – but I have found Google forms quite useful for this (and free).</p>
<p>Chris</p>
<p>Sussex Sailability</p>

https://sailability-forum.uk/organisation/management-and-booking-system

Original Post by andy_beharrell

Management and booking system

<p>Do any other sailability clubs have an overall management or booking system? While we do run open sessions at the Woolverstone Project (on Alton Water), we also operate on the River Orwell with a Wheelyboat and Hawk 20 and all these sessions are booked. At the moment we have a manual system backed up by a Microsoft Access database, DutyMan (to handle the volunteering and instructors for the booked sessions) and various Google calendars etc etc. We are looking for some sort of a software tool to manage a lot of this and came across https://www.sailingclubmanager.com/. Has anyone else used a system like this, or this one?</p>
<p>We wondered whether something like this might streamline operations for us and handle all the membership records etc. The downside is of course the cost, but this may look better when we factor in the time savings a smoother system would allow …</p>
<p>Andy Beharrell<br />Woolverstone Project</p>