We are delighted to be exhibiting at the AMDIS Annual Conference
The My School Portal team places great importance on building close relationships with the schools we work with
Adrian Brown, Director
We are delighted to be exhibiting at the AMDIS Annual Conference at East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham on 15th and 16th May.
The My School Portal team places great importance on building close relationships with the schools we work with, as well as supporting organisations like AMDIS that work hard to progress the sector.
The conference agenda covers a range of valuable subject areas with well-respected speakers presenting on critically important subjects. As independent schools become more like businesses operating in an increasingly competitive landscape, staying ahead of developments in areas such as marketing communication, website SEO, data protection and secure parent communication is extremely important.
My School Portal offers solutions that meet many of the new challenges head on thanks to a constant research, development and update programme for the system that puts independent schools at the very forefront of technology advances.
I am very much looking forward to discussing the advantages My School Portal offers schools that want to stay one step ahead of the competition. The system offers out of the box solutions to many of today’s challenges for independent schools.
The upcoming changes to data protection coming in through the EU General Data Protection Regulation is an area that can be intimidating to many schools as it has a huge scope covering many areas that may not have been on the radar previously. Thankfully My School Portal is primed and ready to meet these requirements thanks to our watchful eye on the legislative changes.
I will be at the conference for the full two days and will be on hand to talk about how My School Portal can help schools navigate the choppy waters of GDPR as well as provide an immediate solution to secure parent communication, managing records, event bookings, timetables and reporting.
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