Keeping It Straight & Simple
The KISS principle is actively employed on Scouts.Digital. This principle changes the management of a Scout Group and it's reporting mechanism. We utilise the Attendance, Programs, Events, Advancements and Badges information to automate all reporting tasks, saving our Adult Leaders around 600 hours a year (per Group).
Lightning Fast Reports
A robust reporting system, customised to Adult Leader type, allows each group to health check their scout group at the push of a button. With specific Pack, Troop, Group and District reports, managing Events, Attendance, Advancement, Finances, Equipment and documents has never been this easy.
No Payment Options
Scouts.Digital is free to use. No billing options, no T's & C's, no free for a couple of months. Simply, free.
However, if you need professional help with your Scout Group, you can get a Help Package from us.
Simple Yet Powerful
Bringing ease of use into the software equation, but providing access to powerful reporting is a cornerstone of Scouts.Digital.
Multiple Access Roles
With separate access for SGL's, TS's, ATS's, PS's, APS's, Parents, Parents Committee And Scouts, Scouts.Digital shows different tasks to each role. All Adult Leaders have administrative access to their Scout Group, with SGL's having Group administrative rights on the AMS.
Utilising the latest technologies, Scouts.Digital is available on any Laptop, Notebook, Desktop Computer, Android Mobile, Android Tablet, iPhone, iPad or any Smart TV from anywhere in the world, without the need for synchronization or complex backup and restore mechanisms
Multi Den Functionality
Multiple Dens can be associated to each Scout Group. This means that each Scout Group can have multiple Dens managed separately, but reporting happens under the Group Umbrella.
Multi Pack Functionality
Multiple Packs can be associated to each Scout Group. This means that each Scout Group can have multiple Packs managed separately, but reporting happens under the Group Umbrella.
Multi Troop Functionality
Multiple Troops can be associated to each Scout Group. This means that each Scout Group can have multiple Troops managed separately, but reporting happens under the Group Umbrella.