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Social Networking Survey

We’re really excited to announce that ProCare Software is now on Twitter, Myspace, and Facebook. We’re just getting started in the realm of social networking, and want to know what you, our readers, would like us to participate in. Are you addicted to Facebook? Do you take Twitter with you on your phone? We want to know!

This survey is a quick, three question survey that will help us learn where you’d like to see our efforts focused.

Click Here to Take the Survey

Thanks in advance for participating and have a great week!

~Jennifer

July – Choose Your Own Prize – Giveaway!

Nothing makes us happier here at ProCare than to give something away and we’re doing things a little differently this month!

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Free Advertising for Your Child Care Center

chalk2Do you use ProCare Software to manage your child-centered business? If so, did you know you are eligible for a free online web page to publicize your child care center, preschool or similar facility? Here’s how it works: Continue reading

Pocket Attendance – Change in Direction

The ProCare Pocket Attendance Tracker has fit a special niche in the ProCare product line since its debut more than four years ago. However, due to the changing direction of technology, Pocket Attendance will no longer be available. Instead, our development team is taking a fresh look at integrating portable devices with ProCare. This evolution will allow for a more feature rich device that will be more flexible and compatible with new technologies. Continue reading

Child Care Demand Outpaces Open Slots

The demand for child care slots is at an all time high around the nation. Angela Manese – Lee of the Roanoke Times wrote an excellent article about this demand; she follows the ebb and flow of the nation’s child care crisis, citing examples in the River Valley area. “The problems providers face are huge”, she explains, “from the high cost of care and tricky business model to the growing demand and lack of community awareness.”

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