|By PR Newswire||
|April 17, 2014 09:24 AM EDT||
AUSTIN, Texas, April 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Prologic Technology Systems, Inc. announced the completion of a contract with Taylor ISD to provide its TEAMS™ consolidated Business and Student Information System. TEAMS eliminates the time-consuming redundant inputting of data from one program to another by automatically sharing key information with other applications within the system---making the latest, up-to-the-minute data always available to users.
"There are many productivity gains we're excited about with our upgrade to TEAMS," stated Bill Mikulencak, Business Manager for Taylor ISD. "One is the fact that we can finally get rid of file cabinets full of paper by simply scanning documents directly into the system," added Mikulencak. "The other is TEAMS' ability to manage our early college high school data within the same system as our general high school student data. This feature, alone, will save us countless hours of redundant inputting each month and improve our overall reporting capability," concluded Mikulencak.
TEAMS offers K-12 districts the first consolidated business and student information system that sits atop a single, relational database for continuous updates to programs as data is entered into the system. And, since the system components originate from the same code base, users experience speed and work flow efficiencies that are unmatched by any other system on the market today.
"When people see a demo of TEAMS, they are usually blown away by how freely it shares data from one application to another, and how many built-in efficiencies are inherent to the system," stated Jeff Pepper, Vice President at Prologic. "We're continuously evolving TEAMS, not only to make it easier to manage today's student and financial data, but to also support districts with the technology necessary for the data-based decision making requirements of tomorrow," concluded Pepper.
TEAMS is offered as a traditional license or as a fully managed, cloud-based solution. Both options provide the full suite of business applications including human resources and payroll; a robust student information system with state reporting built into the system for PEIMS, TREx, TAKS, TELPAS, TRS and TSDS; and an easy-to-use parent portal for improving communication among students, parents and teachers.
About Prologic Technology Systems, Inc.
Prologic is the first advanced technology solution for K-12 school district administration and student management. Prologic's Total Education Administrative Management Solution (TEAMS ERP™) seamlessly bridges the silos of finance, human resource and student information into a single, cohesive database capable of real-time reporting and simplified collaboration among district teachers, students, administrators and parents. TEAMS ERP is ideal for school districts requiring a robust, yet easy-to-use system that is highly scalable and configurable. Prologic has been solely focused on delivering intelligent software solutions to the K-12 market since 1992. The company is headquartered in Austin, Texas. For more information, visit us online at www.ptsteams.com
Prologic Media Contact:
Deborah A. Kaufman
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