ABPathfinder adds offline data entry to its special education software
ABPathfinder has updated its cloud-based software to help special education and autism therapy professionals better help their children and students, making offline data entry possible...
ABPathfinder has updated its cloud-based software to help special education and autism therapy professionals better help their children and students, making offline data entry possible.
The system provides time-saving tools for professionals to input administrative tasks and track the progress of each individual. With the new functionality, the Kansas City users can add that information to the site, regardless of Internet connectivity.
“Our goal is to provide the most ﬂexible tool on the market for collecting therapy data,” said Jeff Blackwood, ABPathﬁnder CEO and president. “As we continue to grow by responding to customer requests, the power of our data analytics increases. This update maximizes the beneﬁt by allowing real-time data entry anytime, anywhere.”
Once a network host is found, the new information syncs with the database through time-stamped data. Users now can be freed up to administer therapy or teach from anywhere.
Other new features for the software include password recovery and editable progress reports for insurance carriers, parents and others.
For more on ABPathfinder, read our previous coverage: “ABPathfinder aims to help therapists, teachers of children with autism“
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