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School Management System (ERP)
In this presentation, we will discuss the benefits and features of using an ERP system for school management. We will cover the different modules of an ERP system, including student information, attendance, grading, scheduling, and finance. We will also discuss the importance of integrating an ERP system with other school systems, as well as tips for implementing and maintaining an ERP system.

Student Information: Demographics, contact information, and academic history Attendance: Tracking student attendance and automated notifications for parents and teachers.
Grading:: Managing grading, generating report cards, and providing feedback to students and parents.
Scheduling:: Creating and managing class schedules, teacher schedules, and room assignments.
Finance:: Managing school finances, including budgeting, invoicing, and payment processing.

Student Information
Managing Student Information with an ERP System.
Demographics: Student demographics, including name, address, and contact information.
Academic History: Student academic history, including grades, transcripts, and test scores.
Contact Information: Parent and guardian contact information, including phone numbers and email addresses.

Tracking Student Attendance with an ERP System.
Automated Notifications: Automated notifications for parents and teachers when a student is absent.
Real-Time Tracking: Real-time tracking of student attendance, including tardiness and early dismissals.
Reporting: Reporting on student attendance, including trends and patterns.

Managing Grading with an ERP System.
Calculating Grades: Calculating grades automatically based on assignments and assessments.
Report Cards: Generating report cards and transcripts for students.
Feedback: Providing feedback to students and parents on academic performance.

Managing Scheduling with an ERP System.
Class Schedules: Creating and managing class schedules for students.
Teacher Schedules: Creating and managing teacher schedules.
Room Assignments: Assigning rooms for classes and other school activities.

Managing School Finances with an ERP System.
Budgeting: Creating and managing school budgets.
Invoicing: Generating invoices for tuition and other fees.
Payment Processing: RProcessing payments from parents and other sources.

Integrating an ERP System with Other School Systems.
Learning Management Systems: Integrating an ERP system with a learning management system for a more comprehensive solution.
Student Information Systems: Integrating an ERP system with a student information system for more accurate and efficient data management.

Tips for Implementing an ERP System.
Selecting the Right Vendor: Choosing a vendor that meets the school's needs and budget.
Training Staff: Providing adequate training for staff members who will be using the ERP system.
Managing Data Migration: Ensuring that data is migrated accurately and efficiently.

Importance of Maintaining an ERP Systeml.
Regular Updates: Keeping the ERP system up-to-date with the latest software updates and security patches.
Backups: Regularly backing up data to prevent data loss in case of system failure.
Security Measures: Implementing security measures to protect sensitive data.

  • Easy-to-use messaging menu interface
  • Quick & detailed delivery Reports
  • Export Delivery Reports to CSV
  • No DND Filtration
  • No SMS Templates required
  • Send Group SMS / individual SMS
  • Complete API Documentations
  • A single message can be delivered in three different formats - SMS / Email / Web login
  • Neither a system nor a GPRS is required to send SMS

  • Student Login
    We have recently launched a STUDENT LOGIN where parents can login to their ward’s login at any time, and access the information sent by the school. This helps you keenly observe the day to day activities of your child at your convenience. All messages are stacked in your dashboard for future reference. This way you can access information regarding the entire term.

    Pull SMS
    A physical computer system or a GPRS is not required send SMS.

    Message Types
    Messages can be about homework, attendance, notes, achievements; it can be event specific alerts, class tests, holidays, individual student examination/ assessment results.
    Message Settings:
    One SMS shall be of 160 characters in length. A lengthier message can be sent using a concatenation process where we use special characters to join the SMS and deliver them as one message. Due to the use of characters to join the messages there shall be few inconsistencies in the length of SMS. Below is detailed information on message lengths and the respective costing method:
    Number of SMS Characters
    1 message = 160 characters
    2 messages = 306 characters
    3 messages = 459 characters
    4 messages (Maximum) = 612 characters
    If you send 10 messages that are of 160 characters falling under 1 SMS length, you will be charged for 10 messages only, similarly if you send 10 messages that are of 306 characters falling under 2 SMS length, you will be charged for 20 messages.
    Each line break, space and carriage return adds to your character count. For instance, 1 space = 1 character 1 line break = 2 characters.
    SMS can be sent 24x7 and will be delivered on DND and as well as NON DND numbers. Auto-selected numeric sender ID will be masked as sender as per TRAI regulation. We have got approval to send any type of SMS for which no template is required.