Network firm helps tee up golf business
An Aberdeen networking firm has been hailed as one of the driving forces behind a new city centre golf venture.Network DNA won the £10,000 contract to install a wireless system for stock taking and customer orders at the innovative Gamola Golf venture, which recently opened on the corner of Aberdeen’s Market Street and Virginia Street.
Graeme Masterton is the man behind the new golf focused retail and leisure facility which is already proving to be right on course to succeed.
The 27 year old originally started his online business from the basement of his parents’ home in Stonehaven, but now services tens of thousands of customers on a global scale.
He paid tribute to Network DNA for pulling out all the stops to install an efficient online ordering system in just three days.
‘I can’t thank Network DNA enough for helping to deliver such a sophisticated system on an extremely tight timescale,’ he said.
‘We are already receiving some very positive feedback from customers who have been impressed at the quick turnaround times we can offer when it comes to online orders.
‘That is largely down to the expertise of the Network DNA staff. Having a reliable, efficient system in place so early on is crucial to the longevity of Gamola Golf.’
Network DNA service delivery manager Andrew Brazier (pictured), who spearheaded the project, said it is always pleasing to receive positive recognition from clients.
He said, ‘We are more than prepared as a company to do that bit extra to complete a job on time for a client. There’s no doubt the network and online ordering system forms a key strand of Gamola’s business and we’re pleased to have been able to help get them set up.’
Gamola Golf’s new store and online businesses have been operating from Market Street since early May. The Locker Room – including bar and restaurant as well as five virtual golf simulators – is due to open at the same location in mid-July.
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