OnLink, the golf industry’s first cloud based decision platform to manage all on course golf operations, has announced a flexible tiered pricing program for its operating platform.

Effective April 5, OnLink will offer all subscribers the opportunity to interact with any of its four platforms starting at $249 per month. The company’s cloud based software and data dashboards offer superintendents, general managers, board members and multi-course operators the ability to manage the entire course in one place with actionable data analytics and automated reporting for all essential operating line items.

Customers will now have options to select programs such as OnLink’s Connect platform, its starter system, which connects essential weather, water, soil and playing conditions in one place without any limitations to additional manual inputs.

Other tier-priced programs are OnLink’s Growth platform, which offers all the features of Connect plus the addition of the company’s new taskTracker labor management app. The company’s new Enterprise platform includes the entire Connect and Growth features plus a new Chemical and Fertilizer management app from Playbooks.

OnLink’s MCO platform is designed for operators of greater than 10 courses. Features include macro to micro dash-boarding and the flexibility to use Connect, Growth or Enterprise at national account level pricing. MCO specific details are available by accessing OnLink’s information link.

“We launched OnLink almost a year ago, and we have already provided customers significant economic and time management values. We have also listened to the market in how to improve our solution for greater values, and suggestions on how to transition into operating in a data informed management style versus the traditional touch and feel methodology. A big step towards getting the platform into more Superintendent’s hands is providing a tiered program that is also priced accordingly. Connect, Growth, Enterprise and MCO allow private, public and resort courses to now utilize OnLink in a more systematic and cost affordable manner. The early feedback from industry sources has been outstanding.”