CampWare™ has eight core modules, each broken down according to business function. These include:


  • Functions as the core component of the suite, capturing and storing data associated with new, returning and departing camp residents
  • Assigns proximity cards to residents and records data related to guests’ room preferences, work schedules, work shifts and room transfers
  • Expedites and eases the data entry process with intuitive functionality:
    • Allows the re-use of returning resident information
    • Prevents the deletion of data that has been used for invoicing
    • Supports the re-allocation of room charges to cost centres, subcontractors, business units, prime contractors and divisions
  • Supports and streamlines the check-in and booking processes:
    • Offers advance or pre-check ins
    • Permits an unlimited number of new and returning guests
    • Prevents the double-booking of rooms
    • Supports room reservations, including single, mass and block reservations
    • Supports rotational room assignments (cross-shifting)


  • Supports the daily transactions related to room occupancies, including the recording of:
    • Sleeps and no-sleeps
    • Occupied and unoccupied rooms
    • Room status (e.g. vacant, linen change required, or maintenance required)
  • Reporting includes room status, guest history, and camp occupancy information


  • Supports the starting and stopping of meal service scanning throughout a given day, including visitor meals
  • Proximity cards are used to record the passing of camp guests into a dining facility, and are authenticated to ensure validity and correct usage
  • Real-time traffic volume graphs show peaks in volume to support timely food preparation
  • Transactional data is stored to perform historical analysis of traffic patterns to assist in food service staffing and preparation of breakfast, lunch and dinner

System Manager

The System Manager makes it easy to configure a camps’ business rules and requirements. Some of the supported configuration functions include the capability to establish the following:

  • Lists of employers, subcontractors, cost centres, divisions, business units and prime contractors
  • Dorms and rooms
  • Room classes
  • Resident day rates, including volume based rates
  • Meal scanning schedules and meal rates
  • Work schedules (e.g. 10-4, 21-7, etc.)


  • Provides detailed and segmented invoicing for both accommodation and catering services, and supports the inclusion of additional charges at the time of invoicing (if required)
  • Detailed and/or summary reporting options include:
    • Accommodation and foodservice boardsheets by guest, contractor and subcontractor
    • Invoices by employer or sub-contractor

At a Glance

  • Provides a quick graphical summary of key camp metrics on a real-time basis. Examples include:
    • Guests expected at meal services
    • The number of meals scanned
    • Vacancy and occupancy counts
    • On-hold counts

Decision by Query (DbQ)

  • DbQ allows users to query all data in an ad-hoc fashion and enables one-off queries to be run with any search parameters provided
  • Results can be sorted and grouped in any fashion desired by the user