Burlington, ON September, 2006–Administrative Assistants Ltd. (aal) announced that Baltimore Public School District in Maryland has purchased aal’s flagship product eSIS®to manage the records of over 85,000 students in 190 schools.

“Baltimore’s choice is a further validation of our claims that eSIS®enables district administrators to focus their resources on better serving the needs of teachers, parents and students in their districts, and leave the data management to us,” says Brian Currie, President, and CEO of aal.

eSIS®provides school administrators, teachers, and professional staff with a web-based solution to more effectively manage student information. aal will customize eSIS®to meet the specific student information needs of each district. Authorized users will be able to access up to the minute statistics and information from any computer on student records. Multiple levels of security will ensure only authorized access to the districts’ student information.

The first stage of implementation includes an eSIS®Fit Analysis; a detailed review of the districts’ current policies and procedures to identify what changes need to take place and to allow the system to best fit the specific needs of the district.

aal has developed a system of assigning an Application Specialist and Project Manager to each client throughout the implementation period. aal’s approach to the implementation period, particularly during the start up phase, has proven to be more efficient than calling a tech support number and talking to a different person every time.

Additional Information

eSIS®
aal’s eSIS®is designed as a complete, web based real-time information system for the tracking and management of student data from pre-kindergarten through grade 12, and into adult/continuing education. This enterprise-wide system is engineered for optimal performance and ease of use by school districts, regional education agencies, application service providers, and state departments of education. For more information, visit www.aalsolutions.com

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