Board Management Software Evaluation and Funding Guide Launched

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eBOARDsolutions, which specializes in online board management tools, has launched a new guide to help school boards in the United States select and fund board management software for boosting their efficiency.

The new downloadable guide compiled by the Lawrenceville, Georgia-based company includes practical tips for board members, superintendents and secretaries seeking expert advice on evaluating board management software technology tools.

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The announcement from eBOARDsolutions, the creator of a board management software called Simbli, offers U.S.-based K-12 institutions the opportunity to improve board governance and maximize productivity.

School boards are often tasked with making high-stakes decisions on behalf of students and faculty such as defining the long-term vision, drawing up and implementing the annual budget, and maintaining school facilities. Board management software can help facilitate strategic planning and help keep the board aligned and focused on what’s most important.

eBOARDsolutions’ board management software evaluation and funding guide consists of three sections that cover best practices of high-performing boards, a detailed checklist for assessing board management software and some important points to consider while utilizing recent federal stimulus funds for purchasing such software.

The experts at the company have meticulously compiled criteria for evaluating technology tools. These criteria are divided into categories including accessibility, security, strategic plan management and policy management. Each category consists of sub-questions such as whether the software can be replicated in the cloud and whether minutes of the meeting can be securely recorded.

With the U.S. government providing financial assistance to aid the education sector’s recovery from the pandemic, the guide makes the case for schools to use the cash infusion for investing in board management tools that improve learning outcomes. In addition, it recommends availing of Congress-allocated funds for public education to buy this type of software.

The document also lists ten effective practices that boards should implement such as defining and reviewing team expectations, building leadership capacity and fostering community support.

eBOARDsolutions has more than two decades of experience in the board management sector. Its proprietary software Simbli helps automate countless daily board management tasks. The tool consists of six integrated modules — meetings, planning, policies, evaluations, documents, and communications. By launching a guide, the company is continuing to helping boards lead and govern effectively and operate more efficiently.

More information about eBOARDsolutions and its board management software evaluation and funding guide can be accessed at

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