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Tamworth Tenpin Does It Again

Added: 1st December 2009

Tamworth Tenpin Bowl has just installed their second Computer Score System in 15 years  Their original system was installed in 1994 and was still 'going strong'.  In their decision to modernise the center, built in 1980, the owners chose to add new 40" LCD screens with DUO, to treat their customers and improve their business. Visit their website at www.tamworthtenpin.com.au

12 Lanes to Durban, South Africa

Added: 27th November 2009

'Superbowling Galleria' opened in December 2009 - the latest addition to the Superbowling chain of centers in South Africa. This new center package in Durban is a credit to the Country's Tenpin Bowling experts, Stan and Guy Caminsky, who have chosen a Computer Score System for the third time in their strategically positioned sites. The centre, located in the huge new 'Galleria' Shopping Complex, which has been built over a golf course site, includes other attractions, such as a new design of Bumper Cars and the first ever type of a new concept - "Glow Mini-Golf". This absolutely stunning 'seascape' concept provides a memorable experience for children and adults alike.

Computer Score Tops 370

Added: 3rd October 2009

In conjunction with our US distributors, Ebonite/VanTech, there are currently over 370 centres using Computer Score in world wide locations, including Australia, Bahrain, Denmark, Hong Kong, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, UK, and USA. A good achievement for an Australian-designed and manufactured product.

AMF Australia Chooses Computer Score

Added: 26th February 2007

Computer Score and AMF Australia have completed the integration of Computer Score’s 'Center Command' to all 45 centres throughout Australia and New Zealand.

AMF, an Australian company wholly owned by Macquarie Leisure (Now named Ardent Leisure)negotiated with Computer Score in 2001 the provision of a solution to replace ageing overhead monitors with their 'Accu-Score' systems in several centres. In 2002 Computer Score was asked to interface their renowned League Secretarial software to the AMF 'Accu-Score' system, to capture scores and perform Lane Control functions. This integration was further extended to also include all the BOSS systems.

In 2005 Computer Score was approached to provide a Point Of Sale solution for the chain, with  customised software, enabling Point Of Sale data to be transmitted to and from their Head Office, providing a centralised accounting management tool, also allowing immediate changes to price structures throughout their centers, as required. 

This partnership has, through an excellent working relationship, enabled AMF Australia to control every individual centre in their operation with a cost-effective solution to the many challenges associated with  a large operation, involving a number of centers in two countries.

Visit the AMF Bowling Website