A recent article in the New York Times shows that after climbing for decades, electricity use by American households has declined over the past eight years.
After our 2.0 release in November, interest in BondPlanner skyrocketed. The addition of facilities planning capabilities really captured the attention of school districts around the country. We have been in contact with districts in Texas, Arkansas, California, Florida, Maryland and Washington. The list continues to grow and we are excited to enter 2018 with this momentum.
We held a webinar with special guest, Guy Sconzo, in early December. Guy is the executive director for the Fast Growth School Coalition in Texas, with this group comprised of over 80 fast-growth school districts in Texas.
BondPlanner ended 2017 with a strong finish, adding Carroll, Wylie and Alief school districts to its growing list of customers.
Before we closed out the year, we wrapped up development on BondPlanner 2.1, adding 10 more capabilities based on direct customer feedback. We've got some additional capabilities scheduled for release in January to further support our customers.
Thanks for a great 2017, and on to 2018!
Winter is coming. If you don't watch Game of Thrones, then this probably doesn't make sense to you.
Said another way, if you are using spreadsheets for your school district bond planning, capital planning, etc, it is just a matter of time before you experience losing a spreadsheet or find a significant calculation error.