M2M were working on-site from The Queen’s Tennis Club last week to ensure the performance of Clubsys during The Aegon Championships was second to none.
Clubsys switched seamlessly from day to day operation of the club to running one of the highlights of the year in the British sporting calendar. A testament to the scaleability, the Epos system was processing nearly 10 times the number of items throughout the Aegon Championships, as opposed to that of a normal week…
With Clubsys taking care of the administration, electronic access control system, intelligent network based lighting control, and even the vending machine Robert Hardy MD and Neil Rowe Clubsys Developer both had the opportunity to watch a bit of Tennis whilst there, and said the atmosphere was phenomenal.
On Thursday 18th June 2015 Neil Rowe had a chance to see the eventual winner Andy Murray in action on the centre court. He watched his hard fought win over Fernando Verdasco in the second round.