When software is customizable it tends to be at the code level which means changes are prohibitively expensive. We’ve even heard about school boards trying to get into collective agreements with other school boards just to afford the changes they require to fundamentally make the software work.
What if you could drag and drop the perfect piece of software together in a matter of hours? What if it was perfectly catered to every assessment, benchmark, consent, request, and planning form that you require? Decades ago, developers lacked both the underlying tools and hardware power to make such software. This is especially true if trying to ensure an enterprise experience while not facing school boards with enterprise costs.