If you’ve been using the same paper-based system for years at your facility maybe it’s time to take a look at making a change. John Patterson, equipment director at the Atlanta Athletic Club, has done some of the groundwork for you. In this 60-minute webinar from our equipment management series, Patterson covers the business case for implementing computer-based fleet management. He starts with the needed background of inventorying and organizing all machines and equipment then move to creating maintenance schedules and checklists, etc. You’ll learn about the organizational strategies involved and the advantages that computer based systems provide. Listen in to find some options that may work for you.
Original presentation date: Mar. 21, 2018 Education points: 0.1
About the Instructor
John Patterson is the equipment director at the Atlanta Athletic Club. A lifelong mechanic with a broad range of experience, John Patterson moved from Chicago to Florida in 1993 and started his golf equipment maintenance career. Patterson holds certificates in all areas of equipment maintenance, and was a founding member and past president of the International Golf Course Equipment Managers Association (IGCEMA) prior to its merger with GCSAA. He enjoys developing new techniques in the shop and sharing developments with his peers.