Prologic has long been known for providing school districts with superior service and support. From our experience as a support company, we saw the dramatic shortcomings of legacy systems that had been patched together to meet growing information and reporting requirements. We wanted to create a product that took advantage of new technology and was an industry-intelligent solution. In 2003, we began to develop a Total Education Administrative Management Solution (TEAMS). Launched in 2005, TEAMS is the most extensive administrative solution ever offered to the K-12 industry.
TEAMS is built from the ground up using J2EE standards, open systems architecture, and a central, normalized database — all in a Web-based solution. This design means TEAMS is scalable to growth, adaptable to change and costs less to manage.
Prologic is committed to improving the quality of education across the United States by providing the K-12 industry with its own industry-intelligent administrative system that is designed to
Increase parent/guardian involvement in the district, as well as communication between with district staff.
Eliminate the need for multiple third-party products.
Prepare for growth.
Easily meet the demands of State and Federal reporting requirements.
Maintain 100 percent real-time information across the district.
Transition toward a paperless workplace.
Enhance administrative staff efficiency by streamlining workflows, automating processes, and improving communications.
Reduce the risk of data entry errors and duplicate data.
Prologic has 25 years business experience. In 1992, Texas Educational Consultative Services (TECS) formed a division to maintain and support NCS Pearson products. In 1998, this core group incorporated from TECS to form Prologic. Our task was to make CIMS III and SASIxp a viable product in Texas. In 1999, Prologic entered into an agreement with Plano, Texas, Independent School District (PISD) to provide a staffed resource center, in addition to standard system support. The responsibilities of the center included on-site support, hardware and software maintenance, large-scale reporting, printing, report card distribution, and the coordination of other mass mailings. From this background and experience, we saw the need for a next-generation solution designed especially for the K-12 industry. In 2005, we launched the TEAMS ERP.