General ASP Partners with KEEB to Transform the Hiring Process in Kansas School Districts

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General ASP, the company behind AppliTrack, the leading web-based applicant tracking system in the education market, today announced a new integration with the Kansas Education Employment Board (KEEB). Instead of having to use two separate online job application systems to manage online job applications, AppliTrack users will now be able to view information submitted through the state-wide application system, KEEB, directly from their AppliTrack system.

General ASP, the company behind AppliTrack, the leading web-based applicant tracking system in the education market, today announced a new integration with the Kansas Education Employment Board (KEEB). Instead of having to use two separate online job application systems to manage online job applications, AppliTrack users will now be able to view information submitted through the state-wide application system, KEEB, directly from their AppliTrack system.

"We were very excited to learn recently that General ASP was able to partner with our state department of education, to facilitate applicants on the state's generic application site being able to have data imported directly into our USD 233 Olathe district application through AppliTrack, and for other Kansas districts who are clients as well. This was one of the very first conversations we had with AppliTrack staff when looking for an applicant tracking solution, instead of having to use multiple sources. Once again, General ASP has demonstrated responsiveness to client-initiated features and innovative solutions--two traits that along with value have no doubt placed them in a leading position in the marketplace. We could not be more pleased about our association with General ASP and the AppliTrack solution," said Dr. Lowell W. Ghosey, Executive Director of Secondary Personnel and Services at Olathe Unified School District 233 in Olathe, Kansas.

"This new integration will save school districts a significant amount of time and increase their likelihood of hiring tech-savvy and highly qualified individuals for their school system," said Abe Reese, President and Founder of General ASP.

"We have found AppliTrack and the folks at General ASP to be very receptive to our customer requests. This integration is a tremendous help to us, and to our applicants. It allows both user groups 'one-stop-shopping' for applications, and eliminates duplication of efforts," said Dr. Shelly Martin, Director of Licensed Personnel for Wichita Public Schools.

Other Kansas school districts who will be taking advantage of this new integration are Shawnee Mission School District, Basehor-Linwood USD 458, Geary County USD 475, and Bonner Springs-Edwardsville USD 204.

About General ASP
General ASP is a technology company built by education and sustained through innovation. Founded in 1998 by Abe Reese, General ASP has been designing web-based software that is easy-to-use and completely affordable. Their flagship product, AppliTrack, is a web-based applicant tracking system. AppliTrack's companion website, the national education job board, http://www.k12jobspot.com, provides AppliTrack users with the ability to advertise job postings at no additional expense to the district. Currently being used in over 850 organizations throughout 33 States in the United States, General ASP has proven to be a leader in the educational technology market.

About KEEB
In September 2007, the Special Education Services (SES) Team of the Kansas Department of Education launched a redesigned Kansas Education Employment Board (KEEB). The mission of KEEB is to provide districts, schools, and organizations in Kansas with an efficient online recruitment tool to attract and hire highly qualified educators. KEEB allows schools and institutions across the state of Kansas to post job openings and locate candidates. Individuals interested in a career in education can post an application and apply for specific positions. KEEB provides up to date information on both job postings and applicants via RSS feeds that individuals can receive via their computer or mobile device. In addition, applicants can learn about Kansas licensure, scholarship/loan deferment programs, and Kansas teacher preparation programs.

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