Aesop Passes 2,500 District Milestone
Exton, Pa. - June 24, 2011 - Frontline Technologies recently welcomed the 2,500th Aesop customer, reinforcing Aesop's position as the leader in automated substitute placement and absence management, with more districts using the system than all similar systems combined.
With growing budget pressures, many districts are finding significant savings and efficiencies by automating substitute calling and absence tracking. Districts to choose automation with Aesop this year include Roanoke County Schools in Virginia and Fairbanks North Star Borough School District, Aesop's first customer in Alaska.
Many districts also chose to switch from other automated systems to Aesop this spring, including Portland Public Schools in Oregon, Monroe County ("Keys Schools") and Escambia County School District in Florida, San Mateo School District in California, and Fort Bend ISD in Texas.
Districts outside the U.S. have also recently joined the growing Aesop family, including Riverside School Board in Quebec, Eastern School District in Prince Edward Island, and The LSK School in Nova Scotia.
"We are thrilled by the continued adoption of Aesop by districts of all sizes," said Dani O'Shaughnessey, Director of Sales at Frontline Technologies. "No matter how many districts continue to choose Aesop, our philosophy will stay the same: large or small, each district gets treated like it's the only one."