Chartwell Technology is a software developer which markets online bingo, online casino, online poker, mobile phone and “soft” gaming products. They supply both Java and Flash based software to their clients.
Chartwell Technology was established in Canada in 1998. Chartwell is traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol CWH. The company employs over 130 employees worldwide, keeping offices in Vancouver, Calgary, London and Malta.
Chartwell Software and Products
The company produces 75-ball bingo software for North American gaming. They’ve also recently started producing 90-ball bingo technology for UK-based online sites.
Chartwell Technologies bingo software allows a gamer to play up to 50 bingo cards at once. It has an auto-daub option, allowing a player to keep up with dozens of games at a time.
Their software also allows players an interactive chat option. The chat can include players in one’s game, or players from other bingo games on the sites.
Chartwell powers Bingo.com, the largest online bingo hall in the world. Bingo.com welcomes over 30,000 visitors a day, and has over one and a half million members. Bingo.com has been in operation since 1999, but their partnership with Chartwell began in 2005.
Chartwell also produces online pull tab and scratch card games.
Clients have two choices when buying Chartwell Technology software. They can go with a standalone platform, tailored to specific needs. Customers also can become a part of the Chartwell network. In this case, players can import their name and password from other sites in the network.
CyberBoss software handles administrative and customer service duties for Chartwell. Cyberboss also tracks financial reports and handles promotions for the company’s clients.
CyberBanx is a payment tool used by Chartwell. It handles multiple currencies, including the American and Canadian dollar, and the British pound.