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An online, customizable paperless solution for the full range of the document submission process, a groundbreaking innovation with the potential to revolutionize the way schools do business.
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Women and men who pursue a career in educational administration do so out of a passion for learning; they develop, hone, and utilize their vital skills to serve as captains of the ship on their students' educational voyage, all for the benefit of the children entrusted to them. Administrative concerns, and the documentation that comes with them, are essential to running a tight ship. All too often, unfortunately, the endless shuffle of paperwork, inventory, and financial reconciliation can make many principals feel as if they spend all their time scraping barnacles off the bottom of the ship.
Enter: Chicago-area IT specialists Jason Richmond and Thomas Egizio, creators of
“What we've developed,” explains Richmond, “is a one-stop portal which simplifies the
approval form request (AFR) process from start-to-finish, while at the same time ensuring accuracy. We cut out the time wasted looking for the right forms, filling out the wrong forms, checking and triple checking, and tracking down lost, misfiled, or overlooked documents. The goal is to free principals and teachers to focus their time on their vocation, and the feedback we've received has been overwhelmingly positive.”
“Time is money,” says Egizio. “But money is also money. In an age when schools are
experiencing critical supply shortages, the positive financial impact of going paperless is far from negligible, and at the same time we're offering an environmentally-
An efficient, effective paperless AFR solution can save more than time and money; it can strengthen relationships within the workplace. For Richmond, that's the most integral benefit to Homeroom247™:
Richmond adds, “Of course, in the rare case of actual financial impropriety or gross negligence, Homeroom247™
As the world moves rapidly toward paperless solutions, schools would do well to do the same. Homeroom247™