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Wisconsin School Administrators Using Forecast5 Analytics for Data-Driven Decision Making

January 22, 2013

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Contact: Eric Smith
(630) 657-6515
esmith@forecast5analytics.com

 

Through the use of Forecast5’s unique public sector platform centered on Business Intelligence and Business Analytics, school district administrators will have access to sophisticated data tools used to enhance financial and strategic planning for Wisconsin schools.

Wisconsin School Administrators Using Forecast5 Analytics for Data-Driven Decision Making

NAPERVILLE, Ill. (January 22, 2013) —Forecast5 Analytics and the Wisconsin Association of School District Administrators (WASDA) announced a collaborative development agreement today. Through the use of Forecast5’s unique public sector platform centered on Business Intelligence and Business Analytics, school district administrators will have access to sophisticated data tools used to enhance financial and strategic planning for Wisconsin schools.

"The relationship with WASDA is going to greatly accelerate the strategic use and evolution of analytics in Wisconsin education,” Forecast5 President and CEO Mike English said. “Through WASDA, school administrators will have a significant voice and impact on the development of custom business intelligence tools built by Forecast5. The opportunity for this relationship to positively benefit student learning in Wisconsin is immense."

WASDA Executive Director Miles Turner recognized the value Forecast5will bring to the members of his organization. “The use of the Forecast5 system will take local data-based decision making to a whole new level for Wisconsin schools,” Turner said.

During this week’s State Education Convention being held in Milwaukee, Forecast5and WASDA are highlighting 5Sight for Wisconsin schools. This dynamic Business Intelligence and visualization tool utilizes interactive graphics that fast-track insights and help drive decisions.

 

About Forecast5

Forecast5 Analytics provides powerful analytic tools to help local government leaders drive financial and strategic decisions. The Forecast5 platform includes cloud-based business intelligence software, interactive visuals and a collaborative analytics engine. For more information, visit http://www.forecast5analytics.com.

About Wisconsin Association of School District Administrators

WASDA, as the premiere collaborative educational leadership association, serves superintendents by providing professional support and expanding their capacity to be effective, innovative leaders. For more information, visit http://www.wasda.org.

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