October 24th, 2019 – Victoria, BC – The Municipality of the County of Inverness, Nova Scotia has chosen Book King’s Recreation Management Software by Pacific Tier Solutions based in Victoria, BC.
Book King’s Scheduling, Registration and Public Access Modules were recently selected by the Municipality of the County of Inverness’s Recreation Department in Nova Scotia. Book King Software was chosen by the County of Inverness because of the extremely user-friendly interface for both their staff and the general public to use.
The Municipality of the County of Inverness Recreation Department will move to cloud computing by implementing the Book King Recreation Software this fall. Book King’s Scheduling, Registration and Public Access Website Modules will provide the County with an advanced, yet affordable recreation management software system.
With the implementation of Book King, Inverness can offer additional services to their community and manage bookable spaces currently not covered in their manual process. The software will save time and money by reducing staff workload and administrative overhead by streamlining the scheduling, registration and invoicing business processes. Book King’s web-based solution provides the Municipality of County of Inverness with flexibility, providing a centralized database accessible from any computer with an internet connection.
“We are pleased to welcome another Nova Scotian community to Book King.” says Greg Strong, Sales Director at Pacific Tier Solutions. “Our commitment to client success is second to none and we look forward to working with the Municipality of the County of Inverness to implement their Book King soluton.”
Established as the County of Juste au Corps in 1835, Inverness County was given its present name in 1837. It was named after Sir Cameron Inverness of Scotland, the land from which many of the early settlers came. Agriculture and fishing dominated the economy with exports of butter and cattle to Newfoundland and Halifax for most of the nineteenth century. The construction of the Inverness and Richmond Railway in 1901, and the subsequent opening of coal mines at Port Hood, Mabou, and Inverness, created the “only home market” local farmers had ever had.
The boundaries of Inverness County had been previously defined when Cape Breton Island was divided by statute into three districts in 1823. In 1996, the county was amalgamated into a single municipality with the exception of Port Hawkesbury.
Inverness County was established within the boundaries of the Northwestern District of Cape Breton Island.
About Book King
Our innovative Book King Recreation Management solution includes: Facility and Resource Scheduling, Activity and Program Registration, Membership Management, Public Access and Point of Sale Modules. Book King is currently used by over 200 organizations in various industries located in Canada, US, and Caribbean to manage over 1,000 locations, 7,500+ facilities, with over 500,000 activity enrollments each year.
For more information on Book King Facility Management Software Solutions or on Pacific Tier Solutions, visit the Web site located at www.bookking.ca or call Book King at 1.888.599.8282