Facility Ally, a Kansas City, US-based sports facility and "eatertainment" management software company, closed a $700,000 pre-seed funding round led by the Slabotsky Family Office.
The funds will be used to build out Facility Ally's development, sales, and marketing teams.
"Almost every facility out there uses four to eight different software programs to manage their facilities—one for leagues, one for calendars; lessons, coaches, camps, clinics," says Facility Ally founder Luke Wade, said. "We've already seen tremendous demand for an all-in-one software solution for facility and league management. This funding will allow us to rapidly grow our user base across the U.S."
Its clients include Kansas City's Hy-Vee Arena, which uses the software to manage its dozen courts and numerous other sports and training facilities.
Chicken N Pickle, a rapidly growing pickleball eatertainment destination, uses Facility Ally to manage their pickleball leagues.
Company: Facility Ally
Round: pre-Seed Round
Funding Month: February 2023
Lead Investors: Slabotsky Family Office
Company Website: https://facilityally.com/
Software Category: Facility and League Management Software
About the Company: Founded by Luke Wade, Facility Ally sports facility and "eatertainment" management software company that provides a central hub for reservations, memberships, payments, waivers, and more. It helps streamline operations and prevent double bookings while enabling facilities and leagues to grow. It helps manage court/field bookings, leagues (sign-ups, waivers, schedules, scores, standings, and more), event sign-ups, lessons, classes, memberships, and more all in one system. Facility Ally also helps easily manage, reserve, and pay for use of the facility's courts, fields, pools, batting cages, and anything else.