“Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.” – Andrew Carnegie
We know you’re in the middle of closing out the end of the school year and planning for the next. We’re also working to ensure our TADS dashboard helps your school work smarter, not harder.
We know it’s a competitive field for private schools and we are here to help your team have the best wins with parents, administrators and students who need real-time information in an expedient fashion. Our goal is for you to have the best tools possible to ensure your school can win when it comes to communication with parents, enrolling more students, and automating all your student billing and financial needs.
We’re rolling out new features on our TADS dashboard and wanted to make sure to let you know how those features can benefit your work.
Here are three benefits they will provide in helping you deliver a better family experience and have a clearer view of your student information.
- Benefit one: quicker and more efficient reporting on the data you use most
- Benefit two: real-time view of student information including payments, tuition, enrollment data
- Benefit three: privacy and user rights for data as well as customizable reporting
We cover these features and more in our webinar – and encourage you to watch it on demand.
We’ve also created a superb resource for you that will help guide you in identifying what your dashboard needs. Our latest guide – Best Practices in Dashboards – is the source for best practices and tips on using your dashboard to its fullest extent.
The beauty behind dashboards is that they are unique to the needs of the user. And here are some tips identified in our guide for maximizing the value of your dashboard.
#1 Identify Desired Outcomes
One of the key things to keep in mind when using your dashboard is to first identify the types of decisions you are trying to make daily.
#2 Identify KPIs
Pinpoint the key metrics you are pulling and referring to that are important to your school overall and in delivering on growth and mission. What data do you use every day?
#3 Identify Users
Keep in mind as well, your dashboard should have the ability for many different viewers who might access it, so your dashboard must be able to pull and provide data for each unique query. The goal is to ensure anyone that who has access to the data can easily understand what it’s revealing and how to pro-actively use the insights.
We cover these tips and a demo of the new TADS Dashboard in our webinar Dashboards: Driving Efficiency and Value in One View.
Read our latest guide Best Practices in Dashboards here.
And let us know if you want to schedule a demo at any time for us to walk you through the winning power of TADS.