Contact: Linda Murrin
For Immediate release
SchoolInsight Makes Progress in Oklahoma
Elmhurst, IL (October 15, 2012) – Common Goal Systems is pleased to announce the continued growth of SchoolInsight in Oklahoma. SchoolInsight is a cloud-based student information system (SIS) that meets the specific needs of Oklahoma school districts, including interoperability with "The Wave," the state longitudinal data system. After entering the state in 2011, 100% of beta customers renewed their subscriptions, the company hired a local account representative, and the customer base expanded to a dozen school districts.
“Over the past year, we’ve gotten a nice start in Oklahoma,” says Mike Xakellis, CEO for Common Goal Systems. "Our product works well, the customers are happy, and we’ve hired staff in the state. The demand for SIS alternatives is high, and it’s good to see our investment succeeding. We’re optimistic that many more Oklahoma districts will join us in the future."
Common Goal Systems is diligent on delivering high customer satisfaction. Russ Hefley, Director of Information Technology at Quapaw Public Schools says, “SchoolInsight is by far, the most user-friendly student management system I have ever used. I encourage other Oklahoma school districts to try it!”
Common Goal Systems (www.common-goal.com) provides web-based services for education. It provides SchoolInsight, an industry leading student information system and TeacherEase, software for the digital classroom. Using Software as a Service (SaaS), the company offers products via the Internet and is responsible for all system operation and maintenance. Founded in 2001, Common Goal Systems has hundreds of thousands of users worldwide.
- Common Goal Systems, Inc Press Release, October 15, 2012