Upper Hand announces the launch of Helping Hands, a community outreach initiative. The purpose of Helping Hands is to focus on giving back to our city and our industry through team-wide volunteer opportunities. As Indianapolis continues to battle the long-term effects of the coronavirus, Upper Hand is committed to coming together as a company to lend a helping hand.
By actively engaging in conversations to solve problems, Upper Hand doesn’t just pump out new features at random. Instead, a very intentional approach of incorporating customer feedback has been proven to add value to our sports and fitness software for customers and their clients.
How do you know what to look for in a sports facility software with so many options on the market? What are the key features that distinguish an average sports software from a great one? Here, we’ll outline exactly what to look for in a sports facility software.
This article was originally written by Andy Butcher, Marketing Manager at SoftwareWorld. Upper Hand is a leading software designed to help various sport and fitness
Upper Hand provides an all-in-one solution for basketball academies that streamlines business operations, allowing you to spend more time focusing on providing professional-level instruction to your athletes while ultimately scaling your revenue and client base. Here are just a few of the ways Upper Hand enables growth for basketball trainers:
Upper Hand, the leading technology platform for the sports and fitness industry, today announces that it has been awarded Top Tech Company Culture in Powderkeg’s 2020 National Tech Culture Awards. This recognizes Upper Hand as one of the best company cultures in tech in communities beyond Silicon Valley.
As the fourth quarter of 2020 comes to a close, our product team has taken a look back at the new features, updates, and fixes that we welcomed to our platform over the past 3 months. We prioritized releases of new features to our reports and classes capabilities, in order to expand upon our truly robust experiences in both of those areas of our software. Additionally, we welcomed updates to the UP Financial Suite that make accepting payments even more flexible for clients and members.
Upper Hand announced today that it has been named a Top 20 Membership Management software product by Capterra, an online service that helps organizations find the right software. Upper Hand was also named a Frontrunner for Membership Management software by SoftwareAdvice. FrontRunners are the top software products in a category, offering the best capability and value for small businesses based on their usability and customer satisfaction.
Kasey McKenney is Head of Accounts at Upper Hand, where she started on the Customer Success team more than three years ago. Here she tells us what makes Upper Hand’s customer service stand out among its competitors and how customers benefit from their personalized approach.
This season, Upper Hand partnered with Project A.N.G.E.L. to bring joy to one family this Christmas. Serving our neighboring Hendricks County, Project A.N.G.E.L. provides holiday relief to local families by supplying them with food, clothes, and toys from each child’s wishlist. This is no easy task, and they rely on help from the community throughout the year to help grant these wishes. With the need in our area this holiday season up 40% from last year, Upper Hand saw this as an opportunity to lend a helping hand.