The creation of a blog for MyBudgetFile is an attempt, on our part, to share some of the collective wisdom of the organization and its clients, and to invite clients to connect through the blog with one another on topics of mutual interest.
Online PR News – 23-April-2012 – http://blogs.mybudgetfile.comhttp://blogs.mybudgetfile.com – MyBudgetFile, the leading web-based budgeting and planning application for K-12 school districts is staffed by a team of individuals who have served as school business officials, teachers, technicians, principals, and district administrators. The collective experience, subject matter expertise and knowledge of these individuals are a unique repository of wisdom for school districts. The company has recently launched its own blog in an attempt to educate, inform and communicate with customers and users in the field of education.
Speaking about the new blog, company spokesperson, Tony Olson VP of Marketing, says, “The creation of a blog for MyBudgetFile is an attempt, on our part, to share some of the collective wisdom of the organization and its clients, and to invite clients to connect through the blog with one another on topics of mutual interest.”
Over time, the blog will cover some interesting and thought-provoking topics such as:
How can student-based budgeting increase efficiencies?
What are the benefits of student-based budgeting?
How web-based budgeting can help reduce IT costs for K-12 schools?
Software solutions to increase staff accountability in school districts
Traditional spreadsheets vs. web-based student budgeting
Organizations and educational institutions will benefit from reading the regular blog posts on MyBudgetFile. They will glean valuable insights on how to make their budgeting process more efficient and make optimal use of limited resources. School districts that decide to use web-based budgeting as a performance management tool will find that migrating from spreadsheets to a dedicated online solution promotes more effective management. By staying updated through the MyBudgetFile blog on the latest trends, advancements and best practices in this field, school districts can make good progress toward better budget planning and use their time and staff resources wisely.
MyBudgetFile.com is a simple, yet powerful, web-based budgeting and performance planning application for K–12 school districts. Developed by a former school business official, it’s designed to help schools create better, more accurate budgets in less time. It is positioned as the 21st century solution to the challenges of school budgeting.
The company is headquartered in Stony Plain, Alberta. It is headed by Tom Olson, CEO and president, who is the financial visionary of MBF, and Brad Mastaler, the software architect.
Please visit the company’s website and blog for more information or call 1-855-MBF-TALK (1-855-623-8255) to speak with a representative.