We are Fusion

Our software and services empower recreation departments of all sizes to get the most out of their facilities. Powerful, easy-to-use and supported by people who love to help, we take your rec management game to the next level.

Fusion. All-In.

Our flagship product is the foundation of your recreation department.

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Driven by Software. Built for People.

Rec management is our passion. Our singular focus helps us develop best-in-class software specifically designed to solve recreation management challenges and improve engagement.

Meredith Merchant
Worcester Polytechnic Institute - Asst. Director of Facilities and Recreation
"The system is very user friendly right from my student staff to administrators to patrons who access the web portal. Having everything at my finger tips allows me to easily delegate tasks to my team and keep our operation running smoothly."
Joe Cassidy
Wake Forest University - Director
"The biggest benefit for us has been the invaluable data that we're getting out of Fusion - with it we've been better able to tell our story to upper administration and stakeholders about who is using our facility - and also use the data to identify who we need to do a better job of reaching out to."

Our Finger is on the Pulse

Rec Central

Our ongoing video series features conversations digging into the latest trends and topics emerging in the recreation space.
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Esports Recreation

Recreation departments are grappling with a new question - how do esports align with our wellness goals and serving our community?

Mesa Reopening

As facilities began to open after
COVID lockdowns - we spoke with
one of the first to do it, the recreation department at the University of Colorado - Mesa.

Rec Central: Ep3

In this episode of Rec Central we hear first hand from Darcie Burde at the University of Florida on why they're making a shift to focus on wellness from traditional recreation drivers.