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CCEA West Coast Conference 2009

July 27, 2009
CCEA West Coast Conference
This week, QuickSchools attended the Calvary Chapel Education Association (CCEA) West Coast Conference in Downey California. Only a month ago, we attended the CCEA East Coast Conference in Farmington NY. Both are conferences designed to support and tool Calvary Chapel schools in the United States.
<CCEA East Coast Conference at Calvary Chapel Downey, CA>
We were able to meet with many schools from the west coast, not only from California, but also from Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, and even Hawaii. Many were very interested in our offering, especially since we offer a fully online school administration system for teachers, principals, administrators and parents for one low monthly fee and no hidden cost. There’s no long-term contract to sign, no set-up fees, no servers to buy, no IT staff to hire, and upgrades are free. Participants who saw our demo were very surprised with how easy it is to learn and use our software, via our on-line walkthroughs. Experience it yourself via our FREE TRIAL.
<Conference Pictures>
We were also able to meet up with some old friends we met from the East Coast Conference last month. Glen, the Chairman of CCEA, extended a warm welcome to us and all the other participants of the conference.
<Glen Valuet from CCEA, with Azroy and Fuad from QuickSchools>
We also met with Jay and Ike from the Association of Christian Teachers and Schools (ACTS), whom we also met while on a boat on the Canandaigua Lake, hosted by CCEA at the East Coast Conference last month.
<Jay and Ike from ACTS, with Azroy and Fuad from QuickSchools>
All in all, we made many new friends, both from schools as well as from other vendors. And we hope to continue our efforts to spread the word on how even small schools can afford a school administration system to better manage their students and exchange information online.
Azroy Kandan

Azroy manning the QuickSchools booth

This week, QuickSchools attended the Calvary Chapel Education Association (CCEA) West Coast Conference in Downey California. Only a month ago, we attended the CCEA East Coast Conference in Farmington NY. Both are conferences designed to support and tool Calvary Chapel schools in the United States.

We were able to meet with many schools from the west coast, not only from California, but also from Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, and even Hawaii. Many were very interested in our offering, especially since we offer a fully online school administration system for teachers, principals, administrators and parents for one low monthly fee and no hidden cost. There’s no long-term contract to sign, no set-up fees, no servers to buy, no IT staff to hire, and upgrades are free. Participants who saw our demo were very surprised with how easy it is to learn and use our software, via our on-line walkthroughs.

Experience it yourself via our FREE TRIAL.

We were also able to meet up with some old friends we met from the East Coast Conference last month. Glen, the Chairman of CCEA, extended a warm welcome to us and all the other participants of the conference.

Glen Valuet from CCEA, with Azroy and Fuad from QuickSchools

Glen Valuet (middle) from CCEA, with Azroy (left) and Fuad (right)

We also met with Jay and Ike from the Association of Christian Teachers and Schools (ACTS), whom we also met while on a boat on the Canandaigua Lake, hosted by CCEA at the East Coast Conference last month.

Jay and Ike from ACTS, with Azroy and Fuad

Jay and Ike from ACTS, with Azroy and Fuad

All in all, we made many new friends, both from schools as well as from other vendors. And we hope to continue our efforts to spread the word on how even small schools can afford a school administration system to better manage their students and exchange information online.

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