Fitness Manager is a gym management software designed for the use of fitness centers, health clubs, dance schools, and yoga studios. It enables users to manage their member profiles, product sales, business finances, and overall operations. In this article, we share the available pricing options. Ready to get started with Fitness Manager? Request a demo.
Summary of Fitness Manager User Reviews
As of the date this article was written (02/15/19), there are very few up-to-date Fitness Manager user reviews available online. If you are a past or current Fitness Manager customer, leave a review to help other business owners who are deciding whether or not to use the software.
Fitness Manager Pricing
Fitness Manager offers three types of software licenses: FM Basic (€165/license or approx. $187), FM Plus (€215/license or approx. $243), and FM Plus DAC (€319/license or approx. $361). The main difference between the plans is access to premium features such as door access control, POS, member credit option, and product sales tracking.
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Indicated cost approximations in USD are based on the exchange rate when the article was written.
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Fitness Manager Features
Check out the list below of some of Fitness Manager’s features:
- Member Management
- Fitness Package Creation
- Member Discounts
- Membership Pauses
- Door Access Control
- Payment Processing
- Activity Reservations
- Reminders and Notifications
Fitness Manager FAQ
Can Fitness Manager users update their software version anytime?
Yes. Users can always update to Fitness Manager’s latest version. However, Fitness Manager cautions its users to not uninstall the previous version to avoid potential deletion of their database. Installation of the new version will leave users’ current database intact, but they are encouraged to backup their files, which they can do so directly from the software.
How many computers can use the Fitness Manager software?
Users can install the Fitness Manager software to as many computers as they require. They also need to connect all the computers in a single local area network to share the same data. However, one license equates to only one computer and users need to purchase a separate license for each additional computer that they will use.