SMS - School Management System is a large database system which can be used for managing your school's day to day business. SMS allows users to store almost all of their school's information electronically, including information on students, employees, properties, teaching materials etc. Most importantly, this information can be easily shared with authorized users, records can be easily searched, and reports can be easily generated.
SMS is configurable and can be configured to meet most individual school's needs. It is a multi-user system and can be used by hundreds or even thousands users at same time. General speaking, it is platform running on a Local Area Network (LAN). However, if the SMS server is configured to be a public server - with a static IP or domain name - it would not have a boundary limitation. Wherever you are, once you have an Internet connection and SMS client installed, you can logon to the SMS server easily just the same as if you were sitting in the school office. However, the speed limitation is up to both your client's and server's Internet speed.
SMS could make your school staff's life easier than ever. Using SMS, finding student information is just a few seconds away which might have cost hours, or even days, before. At the end of the semester, printing student statements becomes just a few minutes' job (the speed limitation determined by your printer), but it could be a nightmare without using SMS. If a student is absent, an email or even a short text message could be sent automatically to their parents' email address or mobile phone.
Why Schools need a Management System?
What can The School Management System do?
Building and room management
Room reservation management
Room usage management
Notice board management
Stock inventory management
Workplace accident management
Student behaviour management
Subjects and assignments management
Student assignment results management
Warning letter printing for overdue students
Subject groups management
Teaching diary management
Barcode scanning functions