eSchoolView, Software Answers Pool to Boost Parent Engagement in Schools
FREMONT, CA: eSchoolView, a website developer and hosting service for school systems, has joined hands with Software Answers, a provider of school support and management software, for better engagement of families and enhancing productivity. This partnership will enable schools to nourish the information sharing with their communities.
eSchoolView’s one stop solution includes OneView that consolidates and offers a unified platform to view parent portal features, new online enrollments, enrollment forms of existing students, and athletic forms. The two companies have come together where eSchoolView can perform instant pull and push of information between OneView and Software Answers’ ProgressBook. The latter is a web-based integrated classroom learning management systems for K-12 education. OneView will enable school districts to read and push data in ProgessBook.
“As a certified integration partner with software answers, we can now help school districts increase efficiency with real-time updates of critical student data,” said Rob O'Leary, Executive Director, eSchoolView. “Without a time lapse in stored information, schools can build stronger relationships with parents.”
As OneView and ProgressBook join hands, the information input from parent, students or school personnel will be merged in real-time thus strengthening the integration.
eSchoolView offers a robust solution to school districts and create custom-tailored websites that helps clients to focus more on their education environments. The company is leveraging technology to bring about efficiency in the education sector. “Our business model is dependent upon providing services that increase efficiency and save resources for schools, districts and educational organizations across the country,” O'Leary added.
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