product update-organisations allowing for better control of users and locations within Stampede

Organisations: People and Locations

Organisations: People and Locations 1200 680 Chris Wilkie

We recently applied a major update to the system to make managing user roles across multiple brands or locations easier to do. Stampede users have more control over who can access what, and be able to roll out updates and campaigns across multiple locations without having to repeat processes. 

Let’s dive in.

People and Locations

Built in response to customer demand and as a logical step in making the system easier to use for bigger organisations. There are two main elements to organisations: People and Locations.


This is how you assign user roles to people using Stampede at your organisation. Their access to certain features and specific locations is defined with their user role.

Some examples of roles would be Admin, Venue Owner, Marketer and so on, with different rules for each.


To allow different access levels, locations have been set up in a tiered system. You might have regional teams who only need access to certain venues, while a head office would want access to all locations. Likewise there might be external IT or marketing partners involved who also need specific access. It can even work at individual site level to enable control at ground level by staff at that venue.

Here’s a quick example to show what it might look like

  • Head Office
    • Super User Admin
    • Marketing Department
    • Region 1 
      • Regional Manager
      • External IT Company 1
      • Pub 1
        • General Manager
      • Pub 2
        • General Manager
      • Pub 3
        • General Manager
    • Region 2 
      • Regional Manager
      • External IT Company 2
      • Pub 4
        • General Manager
      • Pub 5
        • General Manager

In this example, the Super User Admin could be responsible for adding and removing locations, while the marketing team has access to all locations for company wide campaigns and reporting.

Each region might use a different local IT company to handle technical setups, therefore there’s no need for them to have access to the entire network of locations.

If you’re ready to start leveraging this new feature for your teams, or add new locations then contact our Customer Success Team who will take you through it in an online session.

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