Product News

PowerPTC – Configure Guardian Scheduling with Counselors & Coaches

With PowerPTC, it is possible to have guardians & parents schedule with faculty members who are not directly tied to their student’s schedule.  This feature, called Open Scheduling, can come in handy if your district would like parents to be able to schedule Parent-Teacher conferences with counselors, principals, deans, activity directors, coaches, department heads, etc.  Open Scheduling is another way to keep… Read more →

PowerPTC – Summer Sale!

School’s out, but parent-teacher conferences will be here before you know it.  We want to help make your next parent-teacher conferences successful by offering 50% off PowerPTC.  The reduced rates are available until July 15th, so create your account at today! Read more → – Version 1.0.0

We are proud to announce the release of 1.0.0 of, the world’s smartest parent-teacher conference scheduling software.  This update includes many bug fixes as well as the ability to email parents or guardians their activation codes.  Sign-in at to try out the new features or head over to for more information on Read more →

PowerPTC Beta 4

We have updated PowerPTC to include the ability for an administrator to allow for the creation of appointments with teachers or staff members who are not directly tied to a student’s course schedule.  This allows for parents and guardians to schedule with school counselors, coaches, and principals.  To give the new features a test drive, head over to Read more →

Sleepy Time Looping Bug Fixed!

We are proud to announce that we have corrected the audio looping bug many users have experienced. With this bug, users would hear a distracting gap in the audio loop. For all users with a device running Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) or higher, they should no longer hear the gap in the audio loop.  If you are running Android 4.1… Read more →

Sleepy Time Android Bug

Today we released an update for Sleepy Time (Version 2.0.6) which includes a dialog on the first launch of the new version stating the following: “There is a bug in Android that causes a gap in the audio for users with newer phones. If it doesn’t impact you now, it may in the near future! Google has not responded or… Read more →