Loose notes for malfunctions? Reports provides the solution


Reports are now frequently used within the accommodation recreation sector.

Children campsite de Paal, campsite de Zandstuve and campsite Stortemelk have recently opted for Reports+.

Reports provides a clear structure when registering, processing and handling notifications. The notifications that are entered at the reception are automatically placed on the smartphone or tablet of the employee who will resolve the problem. The technical employee who solves the report on location can have it handled, possibly with a comment and hours and materials spent on it.

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The Recreation Trade Fair 2024

18247_Recreatie_Vakbeurs_Logo_2015_DEF__website.jpg The Recreation Trade Fair will be held on Tuesday 12, Wednesday 13 and Thursday 14 November 2024 from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM. full story

TIBOS version 6.3-181 released

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CATbooking, new graphical user interface (GUI)

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Link with Camperkiosk from Custommate Recreation

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ICY Campsite Management link

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CATbooking online booking via map

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C.A.T. Automatisering – Partnerschaft mit Maxxton

Logo Maxxton CAT.png C.A.T. Automatisering - partnership with Maxxton to serve the leisure sector even better C.A.T. Automatisering announces partnership with Maxxton Group. The two IT companies will visit each other ... full story


Branchverg nieuwsb 13112018.jpg TIBOS dashboard industry comparison.

Do you sometimes wonder: How are we doing compared to the market??? full story

Ticksys Service Planner will be web-based.

Reports nieuw 2.png Many parks have already opted for Ticksys for monitoring / handling reports and malfunctions for the technical service. An indispensable tool for some parks, sometimes handling 500 reports per ... full story