There’s a smarter way: Switching to a cloud-based MIS
About this webinar:
Education is all about laying the foundations for a better future, yet the Management Information Systems (MIS) in use by many schools and trusts are stuck in the past.
Hosted on-premise and requiring multiple interruptive updates a year, yesterday’s MIS applications may be ticking over in the background, supporting back-office functions like running census returns, but how much tangible value are they adding outside of the school office?
Do these MIS applications support leaders to lead effectively, teachers to teach to the best of their ability, and students to fulfil their unique potential for success?
If the answer’s no, then it’s time to harness the power of real-time data; time to send communications instantly across the whole school or trust community; time to get the best possible outcome for every student.
It’s time to switch to a smarter MIS.
Moving to a fast, secure, easy-to-use cloud-based MIS that goes beyond the back office will provide all school and trust staff with the tools they need, anywhere they need them, to excel in their role. Opting for an MIS that consolidates workflows, typically performed manually or within other systems, will streamline processes, save time, and reduce the need (and expense) of operating multiple systems. And you can feel confident that your data is protected by the most up to date security protocol.
Join us on Thursday 9th June at 3:30pm with IRIS Education’s MIS experts Tom Kershaw (Education Market Specialist) and Nicholas Clark (Senior Product Manager), as they explore how switching to a cloud-based MIS can revolutionise how schools and MATs are run.
In this free webinar you will learn:
➼ Why IRIS Ed:gen is smarter than your average MIS and the advantages of moving to a cloud-based system.
➼ How to mitigate the risks of switching, while ensuring your trust’s timescales and requirements are fully catered for.
Education Market Specialist, IRIS Software Group
Senior Product Manager, IRIS Education