“The Solutions Summit is a great tool to help school districts get the most out of their SmartFindExpress systems,” says Shelley Schmidt, Marketing Manager for eSchool Solutions. “Whether you are a new operator or you have many years of experience with the software, there is always something for everyone at our Solutions Summit.”
eSchool Solutions will be celebrating 25 years at this conference, which is expected to be their best conference yet. Some of the highlights of the 2013 Solutions Summit include:
• Heart & Soul of SmartFindExpress – In honor of their 25th anniversary, eSchool Solutions will spend time helping clients understand search rules, priority lists, and call patterns, as well as an extra session that ties all three powerful components together.
• Do It Yourself in SmartFindExpress – This is a new series of breakout sessions that highlights the actions everyone should be able to do themselves in SmartFindExpress such as importing, exporting, and reports.
• Peer Networking & Sharing – This year, eSchool Solutions is including discussion groups to help facilitate networking and partnership between their clients. Attendees will gain practical advice that they can take back and put to work in their district.
• Client Presentations – eSchool Solutions is bringing even more client presentations and client-led discussions to this year’s conference.
Individuals can register for the 2013 Solutions Summit in San Antonia by visiting http://www.eschoolsolutions.com/
About eSchool Solutions®
eSchool Solutions® is the leading provider of integrated technology solutions for the preK-12 education market. In 1987, the Orlando-based company revolutionized substitute management for school systems, completely changing the way districts managed substitutes and employee absences. Now, as a total solutions provider, eSchool Solutions provides a full suite of products and services designed to improve administrative efficiency and help school districts work smarter. The company serves more than 500 school systems, encompassing 29,000 schools in North America.