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August 2019

ASAP 4 (Beta) Updates – August 2019

By |August 29th, 2019|

The following changes were made across ASAP 4 (also known as ASAP Beta) on 8/15/2019:

When an organization is configured to use Authorize.Net as their payment processor, there’s an added a warning message when a user attempts to process a refund to a credit card.
Fixed a bug on the student details page where the enrollments tab was not displaying the instructor correctly.
Fixed a bug letting users enter more text than the maximum number of characters allowed.

These changes are specifically for the CA adult schools:

In the export TOPS files report, we updated the course group export for the WIOA/adults training child school success to show as parent, so that it falls into […]

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ASAP 3 Updates – August 2019

By |August 29th, 2019|

The following changes were made across ASAP 3 (also known as ASAP Classic) on 8/15/2019:

For organizations using ConnexPoint, we’ve added the ability to use a MagTek branded card swiper to process credit card payments.
Fixed a bug where medical information had not been saving more than 50 characters of data.
Add the cancelled class status in our class controller for use in our API.

These changes are specifically for CA adult schools:

In the export TOPS files report, we updated the course group export for the WIOA/adults training child school success to show as parent, so that it falls into the correct TOPSpro Enterprise category, “adults supporting K12 student success.”
We’ve updated and renamed the […]

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July 2019

Can ASAP save you money on online payments?

By |July 16th, 2019|

ASAP is excited to announce our new payment processing tool called ConnexPoint. This means that ASAP customers no longer need to use a third-party payment processor.

ConnexPoint simplifies payment processing for ASAP users by eliminating third-party processors – and their high rates and fees. ASAP’s parent company, Vanco, has been in the payment processing business for more than 20 years and handles $15 billion in payments each year for educational organizations, nonprofits and businesses.  

ConnexPoint offers better rates than other processors.More than 95% of ASAP clients who switch to using ConnexPoint as their payment processor save money. One of our customers told us they’re on pace to save $15,000 per year, and that’s money […]

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ASAP Beta Updates – July, 2019

By |July 15th, 2019|

The following changes were made to ASAP 4 (also known as ASAP Beta) on 6/28/2019: 

Once an organization is configured to use Authorize.Net as their payment processor, there will be a warning message when a user attempts to process a refund to a credit card. Fixed a bug where on the student details page-the enrollments tab was not displaying the instructor correctly. A bug preventing the summary section from automatically updating when editing student information has been resolved. 

Optimized the page load for the student details page. On the class details page, we added a link to the class roster report in the tab menu.  When a staff member updates their email address, their username will also be properly updated. When viewing a page in an I-frame, we updated the title to closely match other detail pages. On the class listings page, we added a column for capacity, allowing […]

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ASAP 3 Updates – July, 2019

By |July 15th, 2019|

The following changes were made to ASAP 3 (also known as ASAP Classic) on 6/28/2019: 

Within the transaction report, you’ll have the ability to select multiple users when filtering. 

On our Go Online Registration site, the display of the invoice has been updated to properly show when a class’s start time may vary. On our Go Online Registration site, you can now collapse the name of a course in the navigation menu. A bug on our Go Online Registration site causing the “Oops” message to display incorrectly has been fixed. A bug causing lengthy load times on the product sales report has been fixed. Within the A/R Aging report, we resolved an issue with the future scheduled payments total column. The column now correctly calculates instances when students make only partial payments towards an individual month. 

These changes are specifically for the CA Adult Schools: 

On […]

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September 2014

ASA announces Chief Operating Officer

By |September 18th, 2014|

SUNNYVALE, CA — Administrative Software Applications (ASA) announced today the promotion of its Chief Technical Officer Travis Prowell to the position of Chief Operating Officer, effective immediately.

Citing strong revenue and account growth that surpassed the company’s first quarter 2014 goals, Chief Executive Officer Joel Meyer presented the new management structure at a recent company-wide meeting.  Meyer, at the helm filling both functions since 2004, will increasingly focus on expanding strategic business partnerships and new revenue streams. Prowell will direct all corporate departments and the day-to-day operations of its enterprise registration and management software platform, ASAP.

“Continuing this rate of growth requires that we work on more independent tracks,” Meyer said. “The […]

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August 2014

New Director hired for Community Arts

By |August 22nd, 2014|

As part of an expansion of Client Services at ASAP, we’re pleased to announce Susanna Kemp is joining us this month directly from the esteemed Levine Music to lead our new Community Arts services group.

“With a 20-year history in software assessment and implementation for non-profits, Susanna’s thorough grasp of the users’ experience will be a valuable voice for arts organizations in our product development process and strategic planning for this market,” said Joel Meyer, CEO.

In her role overseeing ongoing support and services to arts organizations, Susanna will manage a team that steers new clients through design and implementation phases of the ASAP registration and management system. In her […]

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February 2014

Community School of Music and Arts Launches a More User-Friendly System

By |February 28th, 2014|

Just in time for the busy summer class and camp registration season, CSMA announced a new online registration system that would “provide a more user-friendly experience for CSMA students, as well as streamline internal processes for CSMA staff. ” We’re proud to welcome Community School of Music and Arts to ASAP!

Founded in 1968, CSMA is Northern California’s largest non-profit provider of arts education programs, and one of only ten such schools its size nationwide. Annually, CSMA directly serves over 20,000 students a year through visual arts and music classes, lessons, camps and community events. Their in-school programs alone reach 10,000+ students in over 30 schools across Silicon Valley.

For many years, CSMA had operated under a homegrown system for registration and data management but that solution had finally reached its last useful update. It was time to upgrade to a system that could handle all of its needs—from Family Accounts to real-time Reporting. Without question, CSMA is a unique client; however, so many community schools face this same decision point in managing their administrative technology that we’ve added what we hope is useful detail and insight into user feedback that prompted such a transition and the benefits gained. […]

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January 2014

2013: A TURNAROUND YEAR FOR COMMUNITY EDUCATION

By |January 1st, 2014|

IN RETROSPECT

The ritual of looking back over our shoulder at gains and losses reminds us that the good stuff is rooted in successful small steps. 2013 was that kind of year. Nothing wild and crazy; well…the creative bravado of our summer interns excepted. We improved the product incrementally all year long, and methodically designed and built a brand new feature in high demand — Private Lessons Management. Attracting the attention of prestigious schools and start-up ventures alike, we enrolled a beta set of testers and advisors from the masters themselves—music schools. And debuted to a very generous audience at a national conference on arts education. One step at a time, […]

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June 2013

A Summer Makeover for ASAP Events

By |June 13th, 2013|

 

Event management tools are prone to excess, in my experience. They tend to branch and branch again in anticipation of the seemingly endless details any particular type of event could possibly involve.  Soon the tool itself is a mammoth chore. That’s why this past year our developers have been working toward a more svelte and agile toolbox for events, first separating single-date events from multi-session conferences, and later dramatically shrinking the signup process for users on the go. With several refinements added this spring, we’re now introducing ASAP Events as an independent module in our registration software system.  It’s smart, quick, and elastic.  

Whether you rely on ASAP Events for an […]

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