Ohio-based web developer eSchoolView expands reach into New Hampshire

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eSchoolView, a website and education software developer in Columbus, launches its first New Hampshire client based on its K-12 Content Management System.

Winnisquam Regional Schools

Winnisquam Regional School District

“We create websites,” eSchoolView Executive Director Rob O’Leary said, “but we are in the business of building strong, long-lasting relationships that serve schools and their communities."

The recent launch of Winnisquam Regional School District’s new website marks a move by the design company as its first in the state.

eSchoolView, which creates tailor-made websites and develops educational management software, is based in Columbus, Ohio. Winnisquam is the company’s first New Hampshire client to go live.

Winnisquam’s new web presence encourages interaction with its design and is complete with a responsive mobile site, which — whether accessed from a phone or tablet — will respond to the user’s device in real time. Both new functions improve the visitor’s experience and eliminate the need for duplicate data entries in order to manage two sites.

The responsive site, built on a Content Management System (CMS) specifically developed for K-12 schools, will also increase efficiency, collaboration and parent engagement. Improved navigation will help visitors find what they need more readily and news will be displayed front-and-center.

“We create websites,” eSchoolView Executive Director Rob O’Leary said, “but we are in the business of building strong, long-lasting relationships that serve schools and their communities. Our tools help educators connect with parents and residents so they can focus on their number one priority: academic growth.”

eSchoolView serves hundreds of schools across the country, from the Midwest to California and New Hampshire to Georgia. It has a southeastern office in Charlotte and a third in Fountain Hills, Ariz., where eSchoolView was recently identified as a preferred provider for the Greater Phoenix Purchasing Consortium of Schools (GCCPS).

eSchoolView offers personalized training and support as part of all of its competitively priced contracts — an important element not always included by other providers. Key staff will be taught how to use the system who will train others in the district; support thereafter is unlimited and available by phone, email, virtual sessions and video.

eSchoolView was created in 2008. Its revenue growth lands the company on the Inc. Magazine’s 5000 list of fastest growing privately held companies in the U.S. for the third consecutive year. EdTech Digest gave eSchoolView a 2016 Cool Tool award and CIOReview recently named it as one of 50 Most Promising Education Tech Solution Providers.

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