Computer Logic Group is Pleased to Announce Logical Attendance Tracker V2.0

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Logical Attendance Tracker 2.0 was redesigned from the ground up to meet the needs of users and enable the granularity in reporting that educators require.

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Logical Attendance Tracker 2.0 was redesigned from the ground up to meet the needs of users and enable the granularity in reporting that educators require.

Designed as a customizable module for the PowerSchool Student Information System, Logical Attendance Tracker 2.0 builds on its initial release with enhanced ease of use, performance and flexibility.

Logical Attendance Tracker 2.0 includes the ability for the administrator to create multiple templates for letters, including the ability to import a logo, directly within the module. Now you can run the reports and print the letters all in one place.

New, scalable architecture allows Computer Logic Group to update and support customers with consistency – and without the need for individual customizations.

With the ability to create multiple rule-sets at the school level, provide historical tracking of letters sent and create thresholds by term or by date; users can make the students a selection and maintain the consistency of PowerSchool functionality.

Live calculations dramatically increase performance and the ability to generate pdf reports, export to Excel or CSV formats, or print data.

Along with data management functions such as a table filter, pagination, and sorting, administrators can complete their required tasks quickly and easily.

Pricing is based on the number of schools in the district and promotional pricing is being offered through the month of February.

Computer Logic Group Inc., which was founded in 1988, offers a wide variety of services and products exclusively for the education market. Computer Logic Group is headquartered in Ronkonkoma, N.Y. For information about Computer Logic Group services, contact Robert Springer at (888) 466-5775 or visit us at ComputerLogicGroup.Com

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