Chancery Software, publisher of student management solutions, has added Mac OS X support in the new version of Mac School, a component of Chancery’s student management solutions.
Mac School is designed to automate the repetitive tasks performed by administrators on a day-to-day basis, such as entering attendance, recording discipline, enrolling new students, generating report cards and transcripts, and creating master and student timetables. Designed in a modular format, Mac School allows schools to purchase the features they currently need and “plug-in” new modules in the future if needed. There’s no importing and exporting involved nor data conversion as all Mac School modules share the same unified database.
Chancery has spent the past year fine-tuning its software to effectively operate within both classic and native environments of Mac OS X, according to Rick Moignard, Chancery’s president and CEO. The Mac School updates will be available during the 2001-2002 school year.
“We are committed to supporting several thousand Mac School sites by continuing to enhance our solutions for the Mac platform,” Moignard said in a statement. “Chancery is the trusted solution that delivers technical innovation and superior customer support. As the school market evolves and our customers’ needs change, Chancery will continue bringing the best relationship-based student information solution to our customers.”
Mac School is available in single or multi-user versions.
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