Technology partners Amilia and HydroApps are bridging the gap between community and safety all in one place.
Amilia, a leading technology company bringing end-to-end eCommerce and recreation management solutions to the world of activities, is proud to announce a partnership with HydroApps, a digital documentation solution that supports aquatic facility owners, operators and service providers.
“Amilia is a great company for HydroApps to partner with as their line of products in recreation management software will complement our aquatic facility management applications, which will further expand our offerings and footprint in the aquatic industry,” said Doug Cook, HydroApps Managing Partner in a statement.
Hugo Lachance, the interim CEO of Amilia added “We are very pleased to be partnering with HydroApps. This introduces an innovative way to host a complete end-to-end activity management suite and will expand what our customers can do with aquatic safety and maintenance.”
HydroApps and Amilia’s partnership brings together two cloud-based platforms to create strong digital documentation, effective community engagement, complete back-office support and simple eCommerce, thus aligning systems to make it easier for aquatic clients, supervisors and managers. As strategic partners, HydroApps and Amilia will promote the available platforms to the communities they work with.
Founded in 2009, Amilia is on a mission to simplify the management of activity-based organizations. From ecommerce, scheduling, reservations, waitlists, staff, facilities, financial sustainability and more, Amilia is broadening access to technology for over 1,300 organizations. Its robust end-to-end solutions support small businesses, franchises, community centers, and parks & recreation agencies in their aim to engage their local communities. For more information, visit amilia.com
HydroApps is a suite of web-based applications that helps aquatic facility owners, operators and service providers reduce risk, improve staff performance, and streamline compliance, documentation, and recordkeeping. HydroApps was developed by Counsilman-Hunsaker as part of their Circle of Expertise, in collaboration with American Red Cross, Pool and Hot Tub Alliance (formerly the National Swimming Pool Foundation), and in compliance with the Model Aquatic Health Code. Facility Manager is also the recipient of the first-ever certification by the Council for the Model Aquatic Health Code (CMAHC) in 2018.
HydroApps includes 22 unique features across four applications: Facility Manager, Lifeguard Manager, Schedule Manager, and Pool Test. Two additional HydroApps applications are also slated for release early this year. For more information, visit hydroapps.com