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RICHMOND, Va., Jan. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --  Play18 Solutions, one of the golf industry's fastest growing marketing and technology companies, today announced the launch of its new cloud-based point of sale (POS) and retail register system. Fully integrated with its existing cloud-based tee sheet and able to run on mobile and tablet devices, Play18 Solutions now offers a complete cloud-based solution to the golf industry.

Through the Play18 Solutions Cloud Retail Register, course employees can seamlessly launch the point of sale register, log in, ring up and tender items from any on-site computer with an Internet browser-offering club managers convenience, full access and control. On the back end, Play18 Solutions hosts, maintains and backs up golf course data in a centralized location, so that business data is stored safe and secure.

The Cloud Retail Register is touch-screen compatible and has the ability to swipe credit cards and print receipts from an iPad. It is integrated with the latest technology platforms and is compatible across multiple browsers and devices. Features encompass universal register functionality, including tendering, discounts, returns and voids, web-based inventory management and reporting. The solution contains several browser-based modules, including employee management, course conditions, weather codes, inventory updates, bar code printing, email capture and cart agreements.

"Our new cloud-based POS and retail register solution was developed from the ground up using our vast experience in the golf industry. It was written specifically to address the needs of a golf course operation," said Brett Darrow, founding partner and CEO of Play18 Solutions and founder and former CEO of GolfNow. "Our entire solution is now web-based allowing our customers to more efficiently run their business using state-of-the-art technology."

About Play18 Solutions
Play18 Solutions is a data-driven marketing and operations solutions company serving the semi-private, resort and daily fee golf course industry. The Play18 Solution helps golf courses utilize their own customer data to drive increased rounds and revenue and significantly increase ROI from marketing. Play18 was created by the consolidation of IBS and Quick18, two software companies specializing in management solutions for semi-private, resort and daily fee golf courses. IBS, Inc., is a Richmond, Va.-based leader in club management software and Quick18 is a Phoenix, Ariz.-based leader in data-driven marketing with mobile, social and web-based solutions. For more information on Play18 Solutions visit us at www.play18solutions.com.

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