Laser tag systems are simple, yet intricate pieces of technology. There are over 50 individual parts inside each phaser. Keeping a tidy and accurate record of what repairs have been completed is a crucial part of running a profitable laser tag business.
Imagine if a car company didn’t keep records of their faults, fixes, and problems. That wouldn’t be a car I would want to drive!
Tracking the maintenance of your system needs to be something that can be done easily, regardless of personnel or staff changes. Enter the Delta Strike Laser Tag System User Guide and Maintenance Book.
Take it from a technical expert, Ty Sullivan of Sullivan Communications. Ty has been running the support department for Party Safari in Flowood, Missouri, the USA since their opening.
“I’ve been using the book for 3 years. Its indispensable, I would be lost without it. You have to keep track of what you’re doing on the different repairs. If you don’t keep track of what you’ve done in the past, you’re just stabbing in the dark. You’re just asking to chase your own tail. Get it out, keep it handy. Every time you open up a phaser that logbook should be opened.”
-Ty Sullivan, Owner of Sullivan Communications
Odds are you have this book lying around on a shelf or maybe your staff has decided they didn’t need to use them. Regardless, not using them will cost you money in the long run. The last thing you want to do is pay for a repair that you have already completed but didn’t track!
If you need to order more copies you can find the logbook on the Delta Strike Support portal under the Orders and Inventory module.
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