Welcome to the TEAMS User Group Website

Join us in San Marcos, Texas for one and one-half days of fun-filled TEAMS related discussion, networking with your peers, and fun. The conference is scheduled for September 26 - 27. Session information will be posted to the TUG website as it becomes available. Get a head start on booking your accommodations by following the link below. A block of rooms has been reserved for September 25, 2018 - September 27, 2018. The special room rate will be available until August 31st or until the group block is sold-out, whichever comes first. Click here to access the Embassy Suites TEAMS User Group Hotel Reservation Page

A schedule of sessions is currently being put together and we would really like your input. Let us know if there are certain topics or past sessions you would like to see included. If you are interested in leading a session please let us know and we will work with you on getting it on the schedule.

If you are already a member, please log in. If not, please click on the 'Join TUG' link in the menu above to join!

What is the TEAMS User Group?

The TEAMS User Group was established to bring together school districts using the TEAMS Student Systems module and/or the TEAMS Business modules.Its goal is to provide a venue for users to interact and share insights and experiences regarding the use of TEAMS.

What is TEAMS?

'The TEAMS ERP is the next-generation solution for school districts. The power of TEAMS lies within its single shared database. With this modern design, information is stored as a single data source, eliminating duplicate entry and duplicate data, and is retrievable by anyone authorized in your district. Having accurate, timely information gives your district power over its data. Efficiency and cost-effectiveness are increased. Because student and staff records are in one database, reporting is streamlined, and administrators can make decisions supported by real-time information.' (from Frontline Education's website)

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software