View Results, Predict FutureOutcomes, Make Smarter Decisions
What will your club’s KPIs be next month? Six months from now? A year?
You know data analytics and forecasting is vitally important to running a successful business in the fitness industry and in general, but many existing platforms are cumbersome, inefficient, and expensive to implement.
How Can Easalytics Help?
Easalytics brings highly advanced and accurate data analysis capabilities into your club without the need to hire expensive staff, saving you time, money, and mistakes.
Leverage the Power of Predictive Analytics
Easalytics uses ForecastRx, our proprietary predictive analytics engine, to help you understand your club’s historic and current trends in order to predict future results. Why simply guess at a flat 10% growth rate, when up to 4 years of past performance can be intelligently and effortlessly analyzed? Easalytics can predict future performance across key areas of your business, taking into consideration recent trends and seasonality.
The forecasting capabilities of Easalytics allow you see unbiased, accurate projections of the trajectories of your club’s most important figures: revenue, membership, attrition, and much more. In addition to being useful for resource planning, this feedback acts as a report card, allowing managers to see if implemented strategies are working as intended or if they require adjustment.
Set Realistic Goals
Setting goals for your organization can often be a bit of a guessing game and seem like a moving target. Our projections can help managers set realistic goals that are backed by data and historic trends.
What if you could answer the following questions, at any moment (even during a Board meeting), without spreadsheets, and without taking up anyone’s time?
Which location is likely to produce the most revenue 6 months from now?
What is your total membership likely to be in 3 months, while taking into account seasonality and attrition?
Which club is killing it with class participation and recurring fitness revenue growth?
Is your new membership uptick in June a seasonal expectation, an anomaly, or the result of a recent growth trend?
Will attrition rates cause revenue to remain flat in spite of new member growth?
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