Eleyo is a cloud-based program management solution for schools. It makes life easier for administrators and parents. Eleyo integrates all aspects of running a child care, preschool, and enrichment program through its industry leading user interface.
From one log in, administrators can access facilities, program management, and finance information. This integration ensures continuity between program staff and the community.
Eleyo was developed in the United States using best-of-breed technologies for security and stability. All payment processing and student information is stored and tokenized using third party, PCI DSS compliant service providers.
Eleyo is hosted in a secure computing cloud. This means that Eleyo is always available for users to register, make schedule adjustments, and pay invoices when it’s convenient.
What good is simplification if it can’t cross over devices? Eleyo offers a simple and flexible solution for the communication needs between families and administrators.Explore All Features
Billing for preschool has been perfect. Auto billing has been fantastic, running an invoice is so easy. Parents understand the bill a lot more now than our past solution.
I like the reports that we can run and the kind of data it is creating for us. We can see daily counts where we used to have to physically count.
Yes, I would recommend. I love the billing aspect, that is wonderful.
Made my job a lot easier, it is less time consuming and I'm super satisfied, the billing is much easier to manage as well.
I like this system over any other system because of the iPad. We use the electronic sign in and sign out with parents and they love it.
It has simplified our whole collection of fees process and registration systems. It is also saving us lots of paper!
Spring is just around the corner and Eleyo is heading to some of the largest extended learning and school-age child care conferences. Will you be there?
Yes, it’s January and summer is still quite a few months away. But experts say that it is best to start planning for summer programs in January. Part of that planning should include promoting your program and registration.