It’s been an exceptionally busy year for the numero team. During 2012, a host of leading companies have embraced the transformational power of our CRM solutions, global research house Forrester has featured our technology and our innovative social media and mobile applications have received glowing endorsements from clients.
2012 has also been an exceptionally business year for Simon Khan, the European Tour professional sponsored by numero. Over the past ten months, Simon has competed in golf tournaments across the globe, performing admirably in competitions spanning Dubai to Lancashire. And, as the 2012 season reaches its climax following the excitement of the Ryder Cup, Simon continues to press for a place in the top 100 starting with this week’s Portugal Masters.
The scene of one of his most outstanding performances of last season, Simon competes on the Oceanico Victoria Golf Course. Two solid opening rounds (of 72 and 70), should ensure he makes the cut and will be able to push for a high finish over the weekend. The conditions for the event in Portugal are in stark contrast to the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship that Simon competed in earlier this month. Despite four solid four rounds and an aggregate score of five under par in some very testing conditions, Simon expressed some disappointment when tweeting:
“Very disappointed today. Swing will come back. 10 weeks off so more than a bit rusty. Onwards to Portugal.”
We’ve previously written about Simon’s excellent interaction with fans on the social network and some of his 4,000 followers took to Twitter to wish him luck for his upcoming performance in Portugal. Writing on the social network, his followers demonstrated the CRM benefit of the social network by instantly replying to his comments:
— JAMES EDWARDS (@JEGD_GOLFDESIGN) October 8, 2012
@simonkhangolf Hope you do better in Portual
— Ian Wallace (@wallace_ian) October 9, 2012
@simonkhangolf good luck in sunny portugal!
— Zoe Colclough (@zoecolclough) October 10, 2012
As always, the numero team wishes Simon all the best for his appearance in the Portugal Masters – especially as we will have representatives at the event. You can follow his progress on the European Tour site,here or, alternatively, keep checking back to the numero CRM blog where we will have an update on Simon’s performance in due course.