Management Information System (MIS) for schools
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As you may have heard, we’re doing ArborFest a little differently this term. ArborFest: The New Features Edition, taking place virtually on 5th May, will focus on all of the exciting new releases we’ve recently launched and give you a sneak peek of what’s coming up over the next two terms. Whether you’re new to
As you may have heard, we’re doing ArborFest a little differently this term.
ArborFest: The New Features Edition, taking place virtually on 5th May, will focus on all of the exciting new releases we’ve recently launched and give you a sneak peek of what’s coming up over the next two terms.
Whether you’re new to the Arbor Community, or you’ve been using our MIS for years, this is the perfect opportunity to discover more about how your school could be using Arbor MIS to transform the way you work. Our support and API partners are also invited to join any of the sessions which take their interest.
You can view the full schedule by clicking here, but we’ve put together a few sessions you won’t want to miss below…
As usual, we’ll be kicking the day off with a welcome talk from our CEO and co-founder, James Weatherill. Alongside our Chief of Customer Success and Head of Product, James will be revealing what’s coming up for Arbor MIS and sharing insights on the education sector!
We have a number of exciting announcements, as well as a deeper look into some of our recent releases.
Who better to learn from than school staff who use Arbor every day?
At Arbor, we champion the feedback from our customers. If you’d like to have your say in the future of our MIS, come along to one of our interactive feedback forums.
To create a safe and open space, these sessions are just for customers. We’re looking forward to hearing all your opinions and ideas.
All the information you need about ArborFest, including the full schedule, can be found here.
We can’t wait to see you there! Make sure to keep an eye out for and get involved with our ArborFest competition on Twitter or LinkedIn.
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