Developer of a pace of play golf management software designed to control the pace of play and unlocks revenues. The company's pace of play golf management software provides a tool set, each four-ball is equipped with a matchbox sized tracking device that collects and communicates real-time positional updates as the action unfolds, focuses on managing pace of play, reducing average round times and numbers of slow rounds enabling course operators, managements and marshals to ensure a high quality outing for members and guests alike through the application of its state of the art pace of play alert algorithm.
In 2022, Tagmarshal revenue run rate hit $2M in revenue.
Tagmarshal hit $2M in revenue in 2021
Tagmarshal launched in 2012 with $0 revenue
Tagmarshal Funding History
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Tagmarshal has 28 total employees
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Bodo Sieber is the CEO of golf course optimization and pace of play management system Tagmarshal. An experienced solutions architect for software systems, he has been recognized for innovation in golf and has spoken at Golf Business Tech Con, as well as being quoted in Forbes, Golf Digest, USA Today, Compleat Golfer and PGA Magazine among others.
Before focusing on golf, the German national and former rugby player was a successful start-up founder focusing on business intelligence, GIS and process optimization for international logistics and cellphone network operators with extensive international experience spanning over a decade across Ireland, Germany, South Africa and the USA.
With Tagmarshal, Bodo and his team have been bringing extensive data and geomatics experience into golf operations for five years. The company’s focus is on creating the best possible way to manage the on-course experience and flow of golf for improved player satisfaction and increased profitability. The concept behind what is now a ‘golf course intelligence’ data platform, perhaps unsurprisingly started on a 15th hole that had three playing groups backed up, at the end of a long, frustrating round of golf.