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    PARS tasc cost??

    Hi, we're currently looking into different ways to record behaviour at school and I'm currently researching PARS. Just interested if anyone could give me an idea of cost for a school with approx 1100 on roll?

    thanks...

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    If your patient Jenny will drop by very soon.....

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    What do you mean??

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    My guess would be that jenny works for pars, as there are some people from pars who post to the site.

    I would suggest giving them a call, as they will tell you pricing over the phone.

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    yea, however, they want to sent someone out to demo before giving any pricing. Really I'm just trying to find out what kind of price we're talking about. e.g.1-3 thousand 3-5 thousand 5-10 thousand???

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    Quote Originally Posted by dalbuc01 View Post
    yea, however, they want to sent someone out to demo before giving any pricing. Really I'm just trying to find out what kind of price we're talking about. e.g.1-3 thousand 3-5 thousand 5-10 thousand???
    Hmm... they never asked to give me a demo.

    But I'd be looking in the lower end of 5-10k bracket (based on the prices they quoted me).

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    how many pupils is that for??

    Also, do you have any idea of an approx cost for lesson monitor?

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    If you are thinking of PARS i will say you cannot fault there tech support. Best i've ever used of any product. They are in the UK, never have to wait to talk to somebody, and very helpful, and quick with the patchs if there is a problem.

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    There's a cost based on number of kids, plus yearly support cost. The presentation that they like to provide is basically a "this is what it is, this is what it can do, Q & A" session on a projector, then they'll give you a demo copy to play with for 30days or so to see if you like it. Ask dept heads, early adopters, SMT and office staff to attend.

    As others have said, support is very good and they'll respond to feature requests.

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    Oh my gosh

    Quote Originally Posted by Tonyoung View Post
    If your patient Jenny will drop by very soon.....
    I sound like a stalker to Edugeek.. ha ha!

    We are not crazy sales people at TASC so we won't bombard you with calls and marketing rubbish! We don't like sales reps calling us at the office so we won't do that to others.

    Please give us a ring in the office and we will happily offer you a demo and then discuss pricing. It really is worth having a demo as there system is so versatile you may find it offers features that will help your school which you may not be aware of. We can also advise you of others schools in your area who use PARS for you to visit so long as they are ok with this.

    Have a look at www.tascsoftware.co.uk and our telephone number is on there. Have to be very careful that I'm not seen to be promoting our product on here so please excuse lack of information.

    Best regards

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    We use Pars and I must say the support is fantastic.

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