RICHMOND, Va., Sept. 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- IBS, a software and services company serving the technology needs of the club industry, announced today the acquisition of electronic tee sheet company T-Links. Founded in 1991, T-Links is a golf course member owned electronic tee Sheet Company designed for destination markets and management companies. The software allows golf courses to manage their tee time inventory across multiple channels including direct-to-consumer, third parties and hotel partners on a cloud-based platform.
"We are very excited about this acquisition", says Anthony Strange, CEO of IBS. "Many of our current customers already use T-Links as their fully integrated tee sheet to our POS so this was a natural move that fits perfectly into our overall strategy to provide cloud based solutions to the golf industry. Through this acquisition, we can now offer our current and future customers the most comprehensive golf operations software solution in the world."
"This is a very important step in the natural progression of T-Links", says Tracy Conner, General Manager of Grand Strand Tee-Time Network. "Our owners felt that entrusting a large software company like IBS provides them the best opportunity to continually grow and improve the technology to better manage their future needs."
IBS is a software and services company that has been serving the technology needs of the club industry with integrity and pride for over 20 years. Based in Richmond, Virginia, IBS software is used by over 1,500 clubs throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and the United Kingdom. IBS is committed to providing its clients with the highest quality of products and services in the club industry. The IBS Suite also offers full turn-key systems that include all needed hardware and network configuration. For more information, please visit www.goibs.com.