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  • RocketScan Speeds Alternate Income Forms, Boosts School Funding

    Friday, August 23, 2019

    More Forms Captured + Processed 10x Faster = 30% More Funding School districts spend an enormous amount of time collecting and processing family income verification forms to qualify for increased USDA funding as part of their community eligibility provision (CEP) and Provision 2 programs, as well as other federal, state and local government funds. There […]

  • Records Request Software Keeps Florida School On Top of Assignments

    Monday, March 26, 2018

    Processing requests for records in a Florida public school district is not the kind of thing anyone wants to manage from a spreadsheet. But when you are operating an international, internet-based public school, digital solutions make even more sense. Florida Virtual School, which last year provided more than 206,000 Florida students in kindergarten through 12th […]

  • ApplicationXtender 16.3 Now Available from Image One

    Friday, March 16, 2018

    ApplicationXtender (AX) version 16.3 is now available and replaces version 8.1. Why the jump from 8.1 to 16.3? The current release for all new OpenText products is Release 16. ApplicationXtender has completely shifted all of its processes, technologies and management over to align with OpenText’s product marketing. OpenText is investing heavily in ApplicationXtender, and all […]

  • How to Transform Meal Application Processing into a Simple Task

    Thursday, December 14, 2017

    Manual Processing = Mistakes More Forms = More Funding Do you still process meal applications by hand? How many meal applications can you process per day? How many meal applications are left uncompleted and how much does that cost your school? Overall, how much of a headache was meal application processing for you in 2017? […]

  • Florida School District Goes Paperless by Converting 642 Paper Forms to E-Forms

    Tuesday, November 07, 2017

    A public school district in Florida with over 200,000 students was drowning in paper. From campus police reports to student-teacher meetings, every form was filled out by parents, students and staff, all of which had to be manually entered by school district personnel – sapping over 10,000 hours of productivity every year. The school district […]