FireFly Computers is a Value-Added Reseller dedicated to providing cost-effective technology solutions for schools and businesses nationwide. With today’s shrinking budgets and the growing technology demand, their mission is to simplify solutions and keep them affordable.
ITIP Ohio - http://www.itipohio.org/
Instructional Technology Integration Partnership (ITIP) is a non-profit organization that helps Ohio school districts promote the use of technology in the classroom. In addition to highlighting best practices around the state and offering grant opportunities and curriculum resources, ITIP also works with eTech Ohio and other state agencies to provide professional development. Its members also benefit from ITIP’s partnership with eSchoolView, which entitles them to special pricing on eSchoolView’s state-of-the-art CMS.
LGCA - http://www.lgca.org
LGCA serves all schools in Lake and Geauga County, Eastern Cuyahoga County and Medina County by facilitating partnerships and opportunities to share technology resources. It is one of Ohio’s 23 Information Technology Centers (ITCs) and a member of the Management Council of the Ohio Educational Computer Network (MCOECN). Through its partnership with eSchoolView, its member districts are now eligible for special pricing on eSchoolView’s products and services.
MCOECN - http://www.mcoecn.org/
eSchoolView proudly announces its partnership with MCOECN, The Management Council of the Ohio Education Computer Network. MCOECN supports Ohio’s 23 Information Technology Centers by advocating for continuous improvement, supporting statewide technology programs, promoting the value of the OECN, and promoting innovative technologies, partnerships, and cooperative purchasing agreements. eSchoolView’s partnership with MCOECN allows their clients to receive eSchoolView’s valuable product and second-to-none customer support at a member rate.
MDECA - http://www.mdeca.org/
The Metropolitan Dayton Educational Cooperative Association joined eSchoolView after its member districts already working with eSchoolView urged it to do so. Jerry Woodyard, Director of MDECA, predicts the partnership could extend beyond discounted rates for member districts in the future. He says it is possible that the servers could eventually be housed at MDECA instead of eSchoolView.
MEC - http://www.mecdc.org/
The partnership eSchoolView forged with MEC offers us the unique opportunity to be part of a true collaborative. The Metropolitan Educational Council (MEC) is a purchasing cooperative that serves hundreds of Ohio’s school districts. This collaborative has the ability to improve efficiency for districts and reduce their costs. eSchoolView’s CMS will be one of the products it supplies. MEC liked our product so much it purchased it for their website. eSchoolView will also be part of the annual MEC vendor conference in Columbus, Ohio.
partnership with the Northeast Ohio Management Information Network
(NEOMIN) will open the gateway to more than 30 member districts in
Ashtabula and Trumbull counties to take advantage of special pricing.
NEOMIN's collaboration with eSchoolView will bring affordable solutions
tailored to build sustainable relationships through the delivery of an
award-winning Content Management System, a companion Mobile Suite and a
number of web 2.0 tools.
OME-RESA - http://www.omeresa.net/
eSchoolView worked with OME-RESA to develop a new website for their organization. They are an information technology center serving eleven Ohio counties and forty-five school districts. We are working with fifteen of their districts and will be participating in their yearly conference.
The Pennsylvania Middle School Association serves as a voice for middle
level education throughout Pennsylvania. It aims to increase and
enhance the use of technology, provide effective communication, and
identify and disseminate developmentally appropriate practices. It also
works to implement online professional development and expand the PA
Learning First Alliance.
PASAP - http://www.pasap.org
The Pennsylvania Association of Student Assistance Professionals is an association of school and community-based program specialists organized to meet the needs of Pennsylvania youth for education, prevention, intervention, referral, and support services in the area of at-risk behaviors affecting mental health and wellness, and to address alcohol and other drug related problems. Their partnership with eSchoolView yields discounts on eSchoolView’s CMS and top quality customer service for all their participating schools.
Scholastic Sponsors Association - http://www.scholasticsponsors.org
This organization helps school districts create new revenue streams from existing, under-utilized opportunities by connecting them with their consortium of approved local sponsors. Because they handle all of the sponsorship and technical details, schools benefit financially without assuming additional responsibilities. Plus, district administrators always retain complete control over their spaces and campaigns.
SCOCA - http://www.scoca-k12.org/
eSchoolView enjoys a valuable partnership with the South Central Ohio Computer Association. Not only do we provide our system and support to over twenty of their clients, they also host our CMS on their servers. SCOCA acts as a warehouse of software schools need to serve their students, operate their treasurer’s office and perform other reporting functions.
SEOVEC - http://www.seovec.org/
South East Ohio Voluntary Education Cooperative (SEOVEC) has entered into a partnership agreement with eSchoolView that will help benefit its member districts. In exchange for its endorsement of eSchoolView as a top quality company, eSchoolView will offer special pricing to SEOVEC’s member districts.
SPARCC - http://www.sparcc.org/
The Stark Portage Area Computer Consortium developed their site with our CMS. They are hosting our software on their servers and promoting our product to the schools in their counties. We look forward to helping many of the school districts in Northeast Ohio improve their communications with a top notch website.
A partnership with the Wilson Education Center will offer collaborative opportunities to all Indiana Schools and Governmental Entities serviced through IAESC Procurement and GovPro. Special pricing for eSchoolView's award-winning Content Management System (CMS) and integrated web 2.0 tools will be available to Indiana public school corporations, private /parochial and charter schools, higher education entities , libraries, municipalities, and other governmental entities. Additionally access to a wide variety of programs, from volume purchasing to teacher training to student enrichment opportunities are offered.