Why An App?


By The Numbers

As consumer PC sales continue to decline, many households today are opting for smartphones and tablets over a desktop computer.
Nielsen

The amount of time spent using mobile apps increased drastically by 21% in 2015. Smartphone users now spend a staggering 90% of their time using apps, compared to only 10% browsing the web.
Smart Insights

80% of 18-49 year-olds and over 75% of teens in the U.S. have smartphones.
Pew Research Center

66% of parents would like more frequent notifications about school activities with a preference for electronic communications.
NSPRA

Instant Communication With Push Notifications

Push notifications have a 97% response rate, and 90% are read within 3 minutes of receipt. This gives you the ability to instantly connect with parents, students and staff. And, according to a report by Forrester, push notifications also have a 50% higher open rate than traditional email.

Here are just a few ways push notifications can help when communication is most critical:

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    Weather Alerts

    When bad weather strikes, your school’s mobile app can be a communication lifeline. Keep your school informed with up-to-the-minute weather and school alerts to make sure your students stay safe.

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    Important Dates

    Teachers can quickly share due-date changes, project updates, or snow day assignments.

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    Venue Changes

    Staff can easily let everyone know about last-minute venue changes and delayed or rescheduled events and games.

Want To Learn More?

Download our PDF for a full summary of all the ways a mobile app can benefit your school or organization.