Community Updates

Scottish Sub-Aqua Club now live with GoMembership

ScotSAC will be one of the first customers to enjoy the latest GoMembership v2.6 update fully benefitting from the new Credential and Qualification feature

We’re delighted to announce that Scottish Sub-Aqua Club (ScotSAC) are now live with GoMembership.

ScotSAC will be one of the first customers to enjoy the latest GoMembership v2.6 update fully benefitting from the new Credential and Qualification feature to support their Medical and Diving qualification requirements.

David Pring, CEO at GoMembership said “It has been a pleasure working with the team at ScotSAC. I was delighted we could take advantage of our new Credential and Qualification feature. This has seen us harness the flexibility of GoMembership which has enabled us to fully satisfy ScotSAC’s regulatory requirements around annual Medical Declarations and Diving Qualification checks.”

This project has been another example of how a new community member can help to influence and enhance existing core features for the benefit of all in the community. GoMembership always strives to meet every requirement through core enhancements, rather than individual customisations, and therefore provides vast configurability to the entire community.

We are excited to see ScotSAC get up and running with their system and look forward to seeing the impact GoMembership will have on their membership processes.

Edna Ewan, Chair at ScotSAC said “ScotSAC’s move to GoMembership for membership management will streamline all of our processes and simplify membership management both for our members and our Admin Officer.

We believe the members will find it easy to use in a one-stop shop for all membership matters.

In the current situation regarding the pandemic, we believe that it will play a significant role in our recovery.”

If you want to know more about Scottish Sub-Aqua Club or have an interest in becoming a member, you can read more on their website here.

 

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