Leisure systems specialist Open Frontiers (OFL) is growing its in-house development team in response to leisure industry acclaim for Time Pursuit, the ‘cloud’ based booking, ticketing and customer management system.
Time Pursuit, first commissioned by tree-based success story Go Ape, was initially focussed on the sale of time and capacity based activities – still a core competency of the team at OFL. Since taking the web software to the broader leisure market two years ago, and acquiring several further high profile clients en route, Open Frontiers has broadened the appeal of the system by adding a plethora of new capability such as gate admissions, event management, integrated EPoS, sophisticated membership tracking, fast-track wireless scanning and much more.
Exciting new account acquisitions this autumn mean the development will continue at break-neck speed to keep Time Pursuit and the new, cutting-edge TimePOS pointof-sale system ahead of the competition. To increase capacity and keep true to OFL’S agile approach, two further developers will soon be joining the team, hard on the heels of Dave Russell and Adam Surgenor, who were recently appointed as OFL’s senior developers.
Managing Director, Oliver Wigdahl says, “Things are going crazy here at Open Frontiers with increasing demand for Time Pursuit and our commitment to ensure that the system meets the needs of our clients’ individual requirements. Having a larger development team helps us to react quickly and responsively, delivering firstclass technology to our clients and their customers”.
About Open Frontiers
Open Frontiers is the driving force behind Time Pursuit, the web based leisure activity booking system. Time Pursuit allows leisure operators to sell admissions and activities in advance by ecommerce, phone or on-site. Best-in-class for time and capacity based activities Time Pursuit is packed with state-of-the-art functionality.