When most of us hear the word ‘Billion’ we think of lavish islands, boats the size of skyscrapers, and even flights to space.
Go getters - gotta love ‘em! They are the people on your team who are constantly ‘seeking out the broom’ AKA, always looking for a problem to solve. Where would we be without people like this?
2020 doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom.
Partnerships are suuuper cool. In fact, let us tell you about the coolest partnership of all - Frontline and Touchpoint!
Allow me to share a story from one of our favorite school districts in Pennsylvania who was on the cusp of handling time collection all by themselves…
“We considered using old computers to make our own kiosks, but they would have cost man-hours to create, and we would have not been able to put them where they needed to be. We also didn’t want the hassle of purchasing all the various components to make a secure kiosk. We ended up looking for a turn-key solution in Touchpoint because we wanted to make sure we got something that lasted a long time. The software does work great and the kiosks do what we need them to do.”
- IT Department in Pennsylvania
We looove problem solving - it’s at the heart of what we do. This example is just one of many where our Three Pillars have helped a district get rid of their time collection woes.
Let’s be honest - we’ve all tried putting things together without reading the instructions before.
And if there’s anything we’ve learned from doing so, it’s that there is a fairly low success rate (and our furniture is always lopsided for some reason).
So, you’re now live with Frontline Time and Attendance - congrats! The journey to automated, secure, and reliable time tracking is almost over.
However, there is one last piece to the puzzle - something often overlooked until the very end - the hardware to interface with the software!
As we inch closer to a return to in-person learning, school districts are really beginning to feel the heat when it comes to finances. COVID-19 has been responsible for many schools to begin thinking about operating with reduced budgets.
Electronics have been an essential part of furthering education for today’s youth. Advances in technology have allowed us to learn and teach more efficiently than ever before.