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Enhancing golf course management capabilities

May 1, 2024  By Turf & Rec

John Deere has introduced its John Deere Operations Center PRO Golf, a new addition to the John Deere Operations Center PRO suite. This all-new licence-based remote management system is designed to revolutionize golf course management by integrating comprehensive labour and fleet management capabilities, offering golf course professionals a unified solution for enhancing efficiency and decision-making.

“By integrating the capabilities of our OnLink golf course management software into the Operations Center, we’re providing our customers with a more tailored and efficient tool to manage their operations,” Dave Anderson, product manager, John Deere, said. “This not only ensures the improvement of day-to-day activities but also enhances the overall sustainability and profitability of their courses.”

John Deere PRO Golf leverages an adaptive web-based experience, allowing full access to its features on any internet-enabled device. This flexibility ensures that golf course professionals can manage their operations anytime, anywhere, promoting a better work-life balance. Also, this solution was built specifically for the golf course professional requiring specialized labour and fleet management capabilities beyond what is currently provided with John Deere Operations Center.

Furthermore, the enhanced partnership with John Deere dealers through the connected support feature enables closer collaboration on product issues, parts and service, thereby improving uptime and productivity. Customer-controlled access levels allow the dealer to work closer to their customers, helping to better support their needs on and off the course.


The launch begins a new era in golf course management, providing tools and technologies that are not only proven to be efficient but are also integrated in a way that transforms the management of golf courses around the world.



This article is part of the Technology Week.

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