CampManager is a Park Management and Online Booking system that helps over 350 caravan parks, campsites and holiday parks in the UK & Ireland to generate more bookings and to simplify their park management. With the upcoming GDPR coming into force on 25 May 2018, CampManager have been making amendments to their system that will help their customers comply with the new data legislation.
More than just park Wifi…
- Superfast Residential Broadband services along with telephone options for caravans
- Bespoke and discreet Wireless Solutions, no digging, no trenches, no disruption
- Improve your park services whilst earning Revenue
- Fully supported service – we take the stress away by dealing direct with your owners.
The main reason that caravan and holiday park owners are unhappy with onsite Wi-Fi is because their existing systems simply don't provide enough online time, sufficient speed and data in order to meet a modern family's requirements.
The Art of Automation
Park owners throughout the UK & Ireland are saving valuable time and money by automating their day-to-day tasks with CampManager. Introducing an automation system minimises your workload by eliminating tedious, repetitive tasks. With CampManager, automating your daily operations can be surprisingly easy and can reap major benefits such as savings in time and effort, cost reductions, higher productivity and greater reliability and performance. Streamlining processes leads to increased operational efficiency, allowing focus to be devoted to higher level activities.
5 key areas where automating daily tasks can save you valuable time and effort
1. Automated Booking Process
Following a successful eight week trial period, Lancashire-based holiday park operator, Ribby Hall, has awarded a Northumberland-based IT start-up firm operating in the communications infrastructure sector, a major new contract to bring superfast and reliable WiFi to its holiday village.
Set up in December 2015, by directors Claire Hollyman and Kev Latimer, Trench Networks Limited (Trench Networks) created Outpost a one-box, wireless internet access solution using sophisticated technology designed by Mr Latimer.
A family-run holiday park company that boasts almost 100 years of history is embracing modern-day efficiency with state-of-the-art technology.
Lyons Holiday Parks needed to integrate transactions in bars, offices, hotels, shops, and reception areas across seven of its ten sites across North Wales and Cumbria.
Previously the company used a number of isolated tills and processes. These did not link with its central accounts system, meaning staff had to input much of the sales data captured manually. This was time consuming and inefficient, hampering business growth.