Project Laura

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A Member Experience System. Re-imagine what club & member management software looks like.

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How do I Create a Profile?

Profiles can be created two different ways; through the create profile button at the top of the Navigation Bar, or via the nomination form.

Creating a Profile from the Navigation Bar

On the top of your window is the navigation bar, on the right of the bar is a button labeled ‘Create Profile’.  Click or Tap on this button and window will appear. In this window enter the first, middle, and last names of the profile you want to create, as well as the email and phone number.  Select the type of profile you want to create. Click or tap on the save button to create the profile.

You will then be asked if you want to visit the new profile or go back to create another.

Note: First Name, Last Name, Email, and Profile Type, are required in order to create a profile.

Creating a Profile from the Nomination Form

If someone is applying for membership, they can create their profile and fill in their nomination form online.


Here a prospective member will fill in the required and supplementary information about themselves into the form.  When complete and the prospective clicks save & submit, their profile will be created as a “Guest : Prospective Member”.  If they input spousal information into the form, a profile will also be created for their spouse.

Profile Types

Everyone in Project Laura has a profile.  Every staff person, member, applicant and guest has a profile.  What each profile can see is based on their profile type.


Staff profiles are broken down into three subtypes: Team, Captain, and Service.  Team members have the most ability to update profile details and transactions on a profile, conversely service have limited access to information to be better able to serve members.


Staff profiles can log into Project Laura, they have and can view their own transactions, dashboard, roster and other information.


Guest profiles have no access to their information and are incapable of logging into Project Laura.  

These profiles are meant to be able to log prospective members, guests at private functions, or general guests visiting the Club.


Member Profiles have access to their own transactions, statements, dashboard and the member version of the roster.

Member Profiles also have a number of subtypes based on the Club’s needs.  Spousal Privilege accounts, Reciprocal members, and Temporary members are all types of Member Profiles.

Note: Reciprocal and Temporary member profiles cannot access the roster.


Applicant profiles are a subtype of Member Profiles.  They are prospective members in the process of applying to become members.  They can access their own profiles in order to update their application process and update their references.