Boardlogic lets you streamline meetings and operations across your school boards and committees. Board members can review accurate and timely information, collaborate and get decisions made in real-time.
Our Board Members have found the system easy to use. From an administrative point of view, Praxonomy has been very responsive to suggestions for improvements, and have constantly provided useful updates and functionality during the time we have been using the system.
Boardlogic provides a single place to manage meetings across your boards, committees, and teams, from agenda building, board pack compilation, minutes taking to archiving as official records.
With Boardlogic serving as the central platform for all board information and activities, board directors have access to the latest board materials and tools to collaborate and make decisions even outside the boardroom.
Boardlogic is compatible with any organisational structure and access policy. Access and manage multiple boards, with their own set of users, committees, administrators, and content security, segregated on a single portal. Users have single sign-on access to, and easily switch between, boards from one Boardlogic portal or even different Boardlogic portals.
Bulk File Upload
Extensive File Support
Brand With Your Logo
Board Pack Downloads
Works With Any Device
Track in Calendars
Add Meeting Links
Sharing board-level information through channels such as email attachments, printouts and cloud storage solutions exposes you to security risks. Boardlogic provides a centralised platform where all data can be securely managed and shared.
Modern school board management software, meticulously designed for users for all technical levels. Setting up is effortless, and your board members can start using it with minimal to no training. And if you are stuck, there are plenty of ways to get help.
Our pricing is simple, affordable and flexible. Education institutions can receive up to 50% discount off our standard pricing. Contact us today to learn more.See Boardlogic in Action