One of my followers, Peppe Smith, the Proprietor of Camelot Lanes in Boardman, Ohio mentioned a program called “Open Table” where people can make reservations on line, see the menus at restaurants and decide if they want to go there, they can make a reservation on line.
She wondered if we could put together a program called ‘Open lanes” where potential customers could look on line and decide what center and when they wanted to go bowling and then make a reservation for that center.
I think its a great idea.
Now how do we implement this given all the scoring systems, software and hardware that are out there or is this driven on a separate (laptop) computer that we all have?
Maybe BPAA could honcho this effort for its members in conjunction with the manufacturers? Proprietors would have to subscribe to this service on a monthly basis so that the “development people and support people” could get paid for this.
What do you think?