Canada’s Jonas Software Acquires Grosse Pointe Farms-based Club Caddie

Jonas Software of Markham, Ontario, Canada has acquired Grosse Pointe Farms’ Club Caddie Inc., which has developed a cloud-based, golf club management software system.
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Club Caddie software
Club Caddie software helps users to manage all aspects of their golf operations. // Photo courtesy of Club Caddie

Jonas Software of Markham, Ontario, Canada has acquired Grosse Pointe Farms’ Club Caddie Inc., which has developed a cloud-based, golf club management software system.

Club Caddie was founded by area golf course operators who were looking for an all-encompassing solution to help them effectively manage a profitable golf operation.

The system allows users to manage all aspects of their properties from golf operations with integrated point-of-sale, tee-sheet, and food/beverage operations. It is being used by customers in more than 10 states.

“Club Caddie is a great addition to Jonas, and we are thrilled to welcome this strong team into our family of companies,” says Jim Fedigan, group CEO of Jonas Software. “Club Caddie is a platform that’s been in development for over five years and we have been really impressed with both the breadth and depth of the platform and the opportunity it represents to expand our portfolio in the public and private golf markets.”

Jonas Software operates more than 95 independently managed software brands around the world, providing them with the strategic guidance and financial security required to be leaders in their respective markets.

“Joining the Jonas family will provide Club Caddie with the resources and experience to become a world-class software provider,” says Jason Pearsall, founder of Club Caddie. “With our deep industry knowledge and product/development expertise, I’m confident that Club Caddie will continue to grow in conjunction with new ownership. The acquisition will allow us to keep doing what we love, while under guidance from a vertical-based software giant. I believe that there will be a lot of opportunities to expand even further into this vertical.”

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