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07.23.2015 Clear Sky Software Installed at The Country Club of Columbus

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina – July 23, 2015 – Clear Sky Software, Inc.

Clear Sky Software, Inc. ® announced today that the Country Club of Columbus, in Columbus, Georgia, has implemented the company’s food and beverage inventory management system. Called Clear Sky FOOD & BEVERAGE, this private Columbus club made the decision to go with Clear Sky. The system is a comprehensive, perpetual inventory system that tracks and controls all food and beverage products. Functions include purchasing, receiving, outlet transfers/issues/returns and physical inventory. Other features allow management to report product fast-movers, slow- movers, cost variances, and order/vendor discrepancies. An expanded event management module is also part of the core system installed at Columbus. Additional features include an interface to Jonas, the Club’s management software, and and interfaces to major food vendors Sysco and US Foods. This bar code-based software, hardware, and services combination is helping the Country Club of Columbus control their entire food and beverage inventory with more efficiency and accuracy while maintaining lower costs.

About Clear Sky Software
Clear Sky Software is a software developer, systems integrator, and technology solution provider to the hospitality industry. The company provides bar code-based food and beverage inventory management systems that help hospitality organizations control inventory, reduce labor, lower costs and increase profits. Clear Sky systems replace manual inventory practices and eliminate repetitive steps therefore offering improvements in worker productivity and accuracy. Two systems – Clear Sky FOOD and Clear Sky BEVERAGE – can be purchased together or separately. These twin systems help reduce the tremendous paper work and labor associated with managing food and beverage inventory.

About The Country Club of Columbus
On June 17, 1920, the new Mediterranean-styled, two story clubhouse hosted a dinner dance for 200 members and guests. By 1940 the Club's property grew to 116.45 acres and its members enjoyed golf, swimming and tennis. As membership grew, non-golfing members' needs were recognized and met. A larger clubhouse, including a new swimming pool, was constructed. The tennis courts made many moves until finding a home at the present site adjacent to Cherokee Avenue. Among the more celebrated tennis players, Chris Evert remains a favorite of local tennis buffs. It was at the 1968 Southeastern Tennis Tournament held here that she won her first women's tennis title at the age of 14. Donald Ross, the famous golf architect from Scotland, designed the golf course. Small elevated greens and bunkers with rollover edges are some of the characteristics of the course.

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