An opportunity to redesign the websites of one of Georgia's largest school districts is a significant mark in eSchoolView's expansion into the southeastern United States.
DeKalb County Schools is the third largest district in the state with more than 138 schools and program offices. The district serves nearly 99,000 students who speak more than 142 languages and represent 152 countries.
“Our CMS and web 2.0 tools will create endless opportunities for this district to build meaningful relationships with its parents and communities,” Rob O’Leary, director of eSchoolView said. “An engaged public is critical to the academic success of its students and our award-winning web 2.0 tools will bolster the district’s efforts.”
eSchoolView’s charge to overhaul every school and program website with its Content Management System represents the company’s commitment to excellence in design, utility and customer service. The CMS platform will expand the district’s reach through blogs, surveys, RSS feeds, e-newsletter blasts, podcasts and video.
The new sites will be launched throughout the 2013-14 school year.
eSchoolView continues to experience consistent and significant growth across the country.
"Our development is a result of our team’s precision and tenacity,” O'Leary said. “We are resolute in making certain we always have the capacity to deliver top-notch service and state-of-the art products to our clients."
The content management solutions offered by eSchoolView -- and its companion Mobile Suite products -- are cost-effective, E-rate eligible tools. Districts -- where public accountability is top priority -- save money and build valuable relationships by utilizing the easy-to-use CMS and related products.
eSchoolView builds custom websites for all K-12 schools with its easy-to-use Content Management System (CMS) & other integrated products.