As a membership we are very particular to partner only with the best of breed companies. Below are our corporate distributors/partners.
CASBO is a K-14 association that promotes ethical values; develops exceptional leaders; advocates for, and supports the needs of, its members; and sets the standard for excellence through top-quality professional development and mentorship, meaningful collaboration and communication, and unparalleled innovation.
The Login Logix team has served in various CASBO leadership positions including section chair, member at large, associate member support, served on planning committees; has attended and spoken at both regional and statewide annual conferences dating back to the late 1990’s.
The Coalition for Adequate School Housing (CASH) was formed in 1978 to promote, develop, and support state and local funding for K-12 construction. Login Logix has a long standing relationship dating back to the 1990’s. We have hosted, spoken on behalf of, and served various roles in the CASH organization ranging from the William’s Settlement legislation roll out; conference planning committees, the Maintenance Network events, conference workshops and clinics, and various sundry helps.
The California School Boards Association (CSBA) is the nonprofit education association representing the elected officials who govern public school districts and county offices of education. As a business partner, Login Logix typically attends the annual conference in support of our member districts.
The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) was Founded in 1953 by a group of individuals in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, who were interested in building their own airplanes. EAA is most notably known for hosting Airventure each year, the largest international aviation fly-in each year in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The Maintenance Login work order software having been designed by maintenance departments lends itself well to managing just about anything – including airplane maintenance! Our membership founder Tom Rayburn is an EAA Lifetime Member.
edu Business Solutions
Login Logix is a former division of edu Business Solutions. Tom Rayburn (General Manager and Login Logix principal founder) co-founded edu Business Solution with long time friend Michael Strand to promote and sell Print Shop Pro, an in-plant print management software solution that Tom had created initially for his fathers printing company (Trident Web Offset, Inc), then later adapted it for his home district Capistrano USD in San Juan Capistrano California. Print Shop Pro and Maintenance Login (a work order system membership) were so successful that Tom left Capistrano USD in 2007 to serve school districts full time and develop the Maintenance Login membership.
The KYA Group
The KYA Group and Progressive Synergy Inc offer a piggy-back-able bid for the Login Logix suite of products including facility assessment surveys, inspection/work order software, facility use, and professional consulting services.
Login Logix has long been affiliated with School Starters to host and support educational symposiums. We move our events around the west coast to best serve our constituents. We have hosted educational events for facility leaders in Palm Springs (hosted by Palm Springs USD), Kern County/Bakersfield (Kern County Superintendent of Schools), Santa Barbara (Santa Barbara County Office of Education), Orange County (OCDE), Riverside (hosted by Riverside COE), Las Vegas (hosted by Clark County School District), San Bernardino (hosted by San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools), Simi Valley (Reagan Library), Los Angels COE (hosted by School Starters and LACOE), Yorba Linda (Nixon Library), and various school districts throughout California dating back to the 1990’s.
Tarkett is a renown supporter of school facilities! Tarkett is the lead partner of School Starters and our affiliate dating back to the 1990’s; Tarkett and its affiliates has contributed more to the advancement of school district facilities professionals than any other company on the west coast. In partnership with Tarkett, coming soon is a new program – the California Educational Trust, designed to further advance facility professionals through educational programs, ongoing professional development, and sharing of best practices amongst the school facilities community.