Functional Analyst, Aurora Public School District, Colorado
"The reporting features in Aesop are amazing. If I cannot find a built-in report that fits my needs, their report builder is easy to use and fits the bill."
If you've every tried to create a specific report for your district, you know that the process can be tedious and time-consuming. Some systems offer a few canned reports - but what if you could create your own reports exactly the way you wanted them...and quickly, too? With Aesop, all the flexible reporting options you could want are right at your fingertips.
Based on user feedback, we've provided a huge libary of pre-built reports for you to access. Just a few useful reports include Monthly Absences, Perfect Attendance, Unfilled Absences, and Substitute Cancellations!
Aesop gives you the power to create your own customizable reports by simply dragging and dropping the fields you need. It's easy to use and every report can be exported into Excel and other formats.
Assistant Superintendent of HR, Laramie County School District, Wyoming
"With Aesop, we've been able to track the attendance of our staff like never before. We can look at patterns and wonderful graphs on the reasons teacher are absent. Our attendance has improved because the teachers are now aware that the principals are tracking it."
Is there a report you look at frequently? Aesop gives you the ability to create reports - and then schedule them to automatically email to you and any other personnel you choose!
Instead of limiting reports to the HR department, you can share reporting options with your principals, secretaries, Superintendent, payroll, etc. - and you define who has permission to do what!
Executive Director of Personnel, Perrysburg City Schools, Ohio
"I use the reporting system of Aesop to help with unemployment claims. I can go into Aesop and run a report showing that the substitutes were called on this date and they said, 'No,' they didn't answer the phone, or whatever the situation was - and that's good documentation for an unemployment hearing."