We are proud to serve some of the most prestigious universities, school districts, charter schools, and private educational entities. Caspio’s ability to streamline operations at a low cost is hard to miss.
Traditional coding methods are slow and expensive, and these outdated methods are no longer necessary in process automation, web–based data management for business operations, research and converting paper forms into database-driven electronic forms.
Caspio is the perfect platform for fast application development. It requires no coding and development skills, and as a result, allows those professionals closest to the problem be involved in building solutions. It has everything needed to go from an idea to the finished product. And as a hosted solution, requires no internal IT to manage and operate the applications.
Caspio meets or exceeds the security and reliability standards required to store and manage personally identifiable information. For research institutions, the Caspio HIPAA compliant edition meets the requirements for working with protected health information. We also have Business Associate Agreements (BAA) with a growing list of educational institutions making it easy for new users to launch new projects quickly.
The Caspio Academics program brings Caspio into the classroom as a teaching tool. It is effective in learning databases, data management, application architecture, design, implementation and deployment.
The program is free for educational entities and their students, and is currently being used by high schools, colleges, and universities around the world.
Authorized teachers and faculty can request Caspio Academics.
Contact us for a personalized demo and to begin the process of bringing the power of Caspio into your organization.
With six satellite locations and 4,400 faculty spread throughout the Houston area, Houston Community College (HCC) had to juggle the collection and distribution of large amounts of curriculum information. See how Caspio helped HCC launch an online class schedule with time to spare.
If you want to publish videos online, you use YouTube. If you want to publish databases online, you use Caspio.
Director, Print and E-Media
Houston Community College