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The platform is like having a personal accountant, operations manager and client services officer on hand 24/7, all working to improve business efficiencies and enhance the customer experience
– Rob Lander, CEO of Fisikal

Fisikal has launched its first self-activating digital business solution, ideal for personal trainers and studio operators.

The new solution enables even the most unsavvy technophobe to introduce a complete digital business management solution within a couple of hours and without the need for any third-party intervention.

“The platform is like having a personal accountant, operations manager and client services officer on hand 24/7, all working to improve business efficiencies and enhance the customer experience, but at a fraction of the cost,” explains Fisikal CEO Rob Lander

The business management functionality provides real-time operational visibility and a suite of reports providing instant feedback on business performance, putting an end to paper-based records.

Via a free app, clients can manage bookings, make product purchases, access a huge library of fitness content and manage class and session payments.

Lander says: “We live in an age where people expect fingertip access to information. Fisikal provides an affordable way to enhance the client experience and reduce operational pressure points associated with manual booking and payment methods.

"Business owners using this product automatically become a part of the Fisikal ecosystem, benefiting from regular software updates and functionality development based on user needs and preferences.”

The new solution is available via a monthly subscription service with prices starting as low as £75 per month. All functionality is available to all subscribers but can be activated or deactivated as required.

To find out how Fisikal could help your business, contact the team at [email protected] , call +447720285860 or visit fisikal.com/studio.

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Fisikal
Interactive software solutions for the health & fitness industry.
Address
52 Riverlight 2, Nine Elms Lane, London SW8 5AW
Telephone
+44 (0)7720 285 860
Fisikal has launched its first self-activating digital business solution, ideal for personal trainers and studio operators.
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