The Administrative Assistants Ltd. (AAL) demonstrated its latest software program, Executive Assistant, a new decision-support tool that enables school leaders to mine the vast amounts of data captured by the company’s student information system software, eSIS. Powered by technology from Oracle Corp., Executive Assistant allows users to create ad-hoc queries and reports from live student data or run “canned” reports created by AAL. After choosing the data you need, you can view results in a spreadsheet format or sort them into graphs for easy comparison, AAL said. You can also continue to drill down into the data to see deeper levels of detail; perform longitudinal studies and comparisons of grades, test results, and more; schedule automatic updates or analyses at regular intervals; and export data into Excel or HTML format.

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