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Why you shouldn’t implement a one-app strategy

Why you shouldn’t implement a one-app strategy

Blog posts   •   Mar 15, 2019 14:33 UTC

A one-app strategy sounds like an easy solution. Particularly for fitness operators. A simple case of getting all of your members using one app, for every possible service. Perfect. Except that it’s not. In fact, a one-app strategy can be counter-productive. And in the long run, can hurt your business.

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Motosumo’s advanced tech, easy-to-use interface, and almost instant setup time has been a hit with gyms, particularly as an instructor tool for group classes

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The Motosumo app brings advanced analytics and fun gamification features to both indoor cycling classes and other group fitness workouts, without the need for expensive equipment.

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