NEW Integration Partner

EdPower is proud to partner with openSIS to provide a full featured student information school management system. It is a transactional software that captures all information of a student right from enrollment all the way thru graduation.  openSIS focuses on capturing relevant data at source and helps administration to monitor progress and remediate deficiencies to retain students and increase their achievements.

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openSIS and EdHub are committed to providing a seamless product with assessments, dashboards and student information that features the WHOLE student.  We make it easy to ensure educators have the right information at their fingertips to make sound and timely decisions about students.   A student's past information is available with a click of a mouse!  

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Student Demographics

Goals and Progresses

Behavior/Discipline Management 

Library Management

Standards Based Grading/US Common Core Standards

Student Billing and Fees Management

Address & Contact Information

Advanced Reporting

Report Cards

Class Portal - Teacher Web Pages


Parent Portal

User Customizable Preferences


User Permission

Built in Messaging

Graduation Requirements & Progress

Teacher Lesson Plans


Ripples - Twitter Like Micro-Blogging


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openSIS is a small group of entrepreneurs who dream big and intend to change the way that administrative software is sold and implemented in schools and districts today. openSIS provides quality alternatives to commercial software that are economical, easy to use and completely open.  Clients that use openSIS have freedom and control over their software solutions.

“Partnering with opensSIS allows EdPower to focus on our mission of increasing educator effectiveness and student achievement.” stated Andrew Klingman, VP of Channel and Sales of EdPower,  “We look forward to working with educators, business partners and community leaders to support and guide teachers to create effective, measurable  instructional techniques to meet each student’s personal learning needs.”