Frontline Technologies Welcomes More Than 500 New Customers So Far in 2013

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Since January, more than 400 school districts have chosen Aesop for automated sub-calling and absence management, and more than 100 districts have chosen VeriTime for time and attendance management.

The new requirements under the Affordable Care Act have strongly influenced the rapid adoption of both Aesop and VeriTime this year. By the start of 2015, most districts will be required to report on hours worked by part-time employees, and the government strongly recommends districts use the current year to implement and test reporting systems.

Both products from Frontline Technologies provide data collection and reporting tools for districts – Aesop for substitute teachers and VeriTime for other hourly employees.

More than 80 of the 400 new Aesop customers switched from other automated systems, including Scottsdale USD 48 (Ariz.), Blue Springs School District (Mo.), St. Louis Park District 283 (Minn.), State College Area School District (Pa.), Flagstaff USD (Ariz.), Washington-Saratoga-Warren Hamilton BOCES (N.Y.),  Akron Public Schools (Ohio), Plymouth Public School District (Mass.) and Winnipeg School Division 1 (Manitoba).

Other districts to join the Aesop family, now totaling more than 3,500 districts, include Gwinnett County Public Schools (Ga.), Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District (Alaska), Santa Barbara USD (Calif.) and Calcasieu Parish School Board (La.).

More than 100 districts also chose VeriTime for electronic time and attendance management so far this year, including Mead School District (Wash.), Mid-Del Schools (Okla.), Springdale Schools (Ark.), Chippewa Valley Schools (Mich.), Bristol Warren (Vt.), Worthington Schools (Ohio) and Pickens Count School District (S.C.).