|Hudson Montessori School Preserves Historical Data While Saving Time|
Hudson Montessori School Preserves Historical Data While Saving Time
Hudson Montessori School is a toddler through 8th grade school that was founded in Hudson, Ohio in 1962. It is the 13th oldest Montessori school in the nation and one of only 21 in the nation to have been recognized as an All Kinds of Minds School of Distinction. Like many independent schools, growth over the years has focused on the families they serve. But with 245 students from over 20 surrounding communities now attending, they found their growth had outpaced their data management solutions.
The school was working from three separate sets of data in the admissions office, development office and front office. Replacing the three sets of data with one accessible database was a challenge because some of the past years’ data was inaccurate and incomplete. Performing statistical analysis was growing difficult due to inconsistencies in historical data.
Turning to DaySchool™, Hudson Montessori School’s school administrators tapped Snowman Software’s engineering expertise to provide a smooth conversion. With careful guidance, school administrators that were most familiar with their data were able to create a single, multi-user database that has the most accurate information possible—as painlessly as possible.
Implementing the DaySchool solution has increased efficiency and accuracy across offices since the margin of error was reduced through data entry by a single person into one database. Three areas of the school have found tremendous benefit:
““DaySchool provided us with an affordable, efficient, and user-friendly data management program to accurately maintain contact and donor information. We can now be much more effective in our fundraising efforts.”
Karen Lazar, Director of Advancement
“DaySchool provided the admissions office with a data management program that can be used throughout the entire admissions process, including statistical analysis and historical documentation, that helps to ensure we continue to grow.”
Michelle Lazor, Director of Admissions
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