We are not exaggerating when we state that AppliTrack has revolutionized the manner in which we deliver services as a Human Resources Department.
Skokie, IL (PRWEB) July 29, 2010
General ASP today announced the winners of the 2010 AppliTrack Award, an award given to AppliTrack clients who use AppliTrack in innovative ways to streamline their hiring process and support their school district’s missions in an exemplary manner. This year, seven school districts, chosen from over 100 submissions, have received the award: Archdiocese of Seattle (WA), Roxbury Public Schools (NJ), Montville Public Schools (CT), East Moline Public School District 37 (IL), Traverse City Area Public Schools (MI), Toms River Schools (NJ), and Minnetonka Public Schools (MN).
The AppliTrack Award is given to school districts based on a set of criteria that are used to evaluate each submission with winners being selected by a panel consisting of members of the General ASP Advisory Board who are also current users of the AppliTrack system. School districts are evaluated on the problems that the implementation of AppliTrack was able to address, the efficiencies that have resulted from the implementation of AppliTrack, the customizations to the “out-of-the-box” system that have been created by the district, the impact that AppliTrack has had on the school district’s constituent stakeholders, and how AppliTrack supports the school district’s commitment to education in their community.
“We are not exaggerating when we state that AppliTrack has revolutionized the manner in which we deliver services as a Human Resources Department. Implementing the AppliTrack system has encouraged the staff to look at other manual processes and how technology can be used to increase efficiencies and save resources. This has been critical as a school district, as resources saved can then be reallocated to benefit the students and community we serve,” said Cindy Berck, Director of Human Resources for Traverse City Area Public Schools in Michigan, one of this year's winners.
“The General ASP team is comprised of individuals who are recognized industry experts in the fields of technology, research, and school personnel administration. Having these personal connections to the field of education, General ASP feels socially responsible to acknowledge the exemplary uses of the AppliTrack technology so that other school districts can replicate the successes of our award winners in their school districts,” said Abe Reese, President and Founder of General ASP.
Winning school districts will receive a $500 Grant to be applied towards their AppliTrack service, a plaque for display, a local press release, and the opportunity to showcase their district to other AppliTrack users during General ASP’s new monthly “HR Best Practices” webinar series.
About General ASP
Since its inception in 1998, General ASP has been a recognized leader in providing affordable and intuitive human resources software solutions to school districts and other public and private sector agencies throughout the United States, Canada, and Japan. General ASP’s three offerings are AppliTrack, the most popular and affordable online hiring system in education, Polaris Selection, the leader in teacher and classified applicant prescreening assessments, and K12JobSpot.com, the largest national job board for teaching jobs, education jobs, and K12 vacancies.
Our school district clients range is size from 440,000 students to 138 students. General ASP clients employ anywhere from 100 to 12,000 employees.