OpenWater Certification (Register Now)
After months of planning we are pleased to unveil the OpenWater Certification program.
Why should you get OpenWater Certified?
If you are an Executive Director:
Send one or more key employees for training and certification to maximize the return on your investment. Reduce support hours and empower your team.
If you are a Program Administrator:
Increase the depth and breadth of your OpenWater skills. This makes you a more valuable employee now, and in the future.
If you are a Stakeholder:
Gain an understanding of how OpenWater is used. Come with a project in mind. Our experts will use lab time to show you how to develop it to best advantage.
OpenWater Town Hall Events
We are hosting two upcoming Town Hall events. These events will combine learning, networking, and happy hour! We will review our ongoing development roadmap and answer questions from our community.
Both are free to attend. Choose Friday, August 23 or November 29 (or both).
Coming Soon… OpenWater Use Cases
The OpenWater community comes from a diverse range of industries and locations. Many began with one of our specialized solutions (for awards or grants or scholarships) and have since upgraded to the all-in-one OpenWater Growth Stack. Growth Stack combines the functionality of all of OpenWater’s custom software solutions, and adds a few more.
Private K-12 School Software
We continue to be impressed by the creative ways our community customizes our wares. Here is just one example: private K-12 schools using OpenWater for job posting and applicant review software. This streamlines the application process for students, parents, and teachers.
We will be showcasing more creative use cases in coming weeks. Maybe it will inspire you, too!
2018 Club Nationals Rowing Championship
Three athletes from OpenWater are competing in this weekend’s Club Nationals.
We’re cheering for Annika Park, Reid Noch, and David Lincoln. All three are involved with the Potomac Boat Club. This annual event is July 11-15, 2018, on the Cooper River in Camden, New Jersey. The OpenWater rowing connection continues.