Customers

Teachers that want…
  1. To easily manage their curriculum, grades, attendance records, assignments and instructional material.
  2. Strengthen the parent teacher relationship by making it easy for parents to access their child’s performance and communicate with teachers via the mediums that work for them.
  3. To create innovative ways to encourage students that embrace district or network culture and reward them when they do.
  4. Ensure consistent lesson prep methods across the classes they teach.
  5. Aggregated reporting at a subject, course, grade, or student level.
Schools that want…
  1. Easily manage their curriculum, grades, attendance records, assignments and instructional material across teachers.
  2. Strengthen the parent teacher relationship by understanding communication parent’s preferences and communicate with them via the mediums that work for them.
  3. Make it easy for parents to access their child’s performance 4. To create innovative ways to encourage students that embrace our school culture and reward them when they do.
  4. Ensure consistent delivery of the academic program across teachers that teach a given subject.
  5. Save time and money by publishing school information electronically.
  6. Create best practices and share them between teachers and parents.
  7. Maintain a holistic view of student’s performance across classes.
  8. Aggregated analytics at subject, grade, or section level.
  9. Maximize their technology budgets by limiting the total cost of ownership that comes with installing an enterprise resource management (ERP) for your school.
District or a charter school Networks that want…
  1. Easily manage curriculum, grades, attendance records, assignments and instructional material across schools.
  2. To strengthen the parent teacher relationship by understanding communication preferences and communicate with them in ways that work for them.
  3. To make it easy for parents to access and understand their child’s performance
  4. To create innovative ways to encourage students that embrace district or network culture and reward them when they do.
  5. To ensure consistent delivery of the academic program across schools.
  6. To save time and money by publishing information electronically.
  7. To create best practices and share them between schools.
  8. To maintain holistic view of student performance within a school and compare their performance across the network or district.
  9. Aggregated analytics at a district / network, school, grade, or section level.
  10. To maximize technology budgets by limiting the total cost of ownership that comes with installing an enterprise resource management (ERP) for your school.