eSchoolView Among Nation's Fastest Growing Companies

​For the second consecutive year, eSchoolView is near the top third of the country’s fastest growing private companies.

Listed at 1907 on Inc. Magazine’s 5000, eSchoolView reported more than 200 percent growth for the past three years combined. The list of prestigious companies is in its 34th year and puts eSchoolView among top performers such as Zappos, FitBit, Under Armour, Smashburger and GoPro.

Based in Columbus, Ohio with offices in North Carolina and Arizona, eSchoolView creates custom websites for K-12 schools based on a Content Management System (CMS) and builds education management software. The company outperformed its competitors on the list.

“We build products our clients can rely on,” Executive Director Rob O’Leary said. “Our business model is dependent upon providing services that increase efficiency and save resources for schools, districts and educational organizations across the country.”

Many of eSchoolView’s products are created directly from customer feedback. The team developed one of its newest tools — OneView — to enhance integration. School district officials can use OneView to read and push data back into various student information systems (SIS), such as ProgressBook from Software Answers, PowerSchool or InfiniteCampus, helping them increase internal efficiency and parent engagement with one login.

“We create websites and education software, but we are in the business of building relationships,” O’Leary said. “Whether that’s between our team and our clients, or our clients and their parents and communities, we believe our role to be critical in providing a reliable and trustworthy service.”

eSchoolView hosts websites for more than 1,500 schools and school districts across the country. DeKalb County Schools in Georgia and Columbus Public Schools in Ohio are two of the company’s larger clients where a network of smaller districts such as those in New York under the umbrella of the Broome-Tioga Board of Educational Cooperative Services (BOCES) are also part of the mix.

“Our client retention rate is 99 percent so we will continue to strive toward that second-to-none threshold of care,” O’Leary said.

The 2015 Inc. 5000 is ranked according to percentage revenue growth when comparing 2011 to 2014. To qualify, companies must have been founded and generating revenue by March 31, 2011; the minimum revenue required for 2011 is $100,000 and $2 million for 2014. More details about the qualifications and complete results can be found at

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Categories: Education

Tags: content management system, education, educational organizations, school, school districts