• Maxient helps Texas schools with open records request

    February 14, 2017 Aaron Hark News

    Within the last few days, many public colleges and universities in Texas received an open records request from the Houston Chronicle seeking a broad set of student conduct case data. After a few campuses contacted our staff with questions about gathering numbers, Maxient’s support team promptly assembled guidance to help all of our clients quickly and accurately respond to the requests using Maxient’s built-in analytics. No additional cost and no fuss. Just another example of how Team Maxient has our clients’ backs!

    Are you a client who received the same request and need a little guidance on pulling the data? Open a help ticket inside your Maxient system or give us a call!

    Not a Maxient client yet but interested in a product that has your back without a charge for every little need? Give us a call at (434) 295-1748, or click the “Contact” link above to get in touch!

  • 2017 Winter/Spring Regional Trainings Announced

    January 23, 2017 Aaron Hark Conferences

    Maxient is excited to build upon last Fall’s regional training success in Detroit, by adding three more dates for the upcoming months! Are you a new user in need of a Maxient staff-led training? Would you simply like a refresher on all the features and functionality within Maxient? Make plans to join us for one of the following events:

    • February 16 at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas
    • March 9 at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina
    • April 6 at Lewis & Clark in Portland, Oregon

    Registration information is available within the Maxient help system. Having trouble locating it or getting registered? Give us a call at (434) 295-1748. We hope to see you at one of these events!

  • Maxient responds to misleading claims in the marketplace

    December 1, 2010 Aaron Hark News

    December 1, 2010

    Schools buy software products with the best of intentions. Occasionally, things don’t work out and they switch to another product. It’s a fact of life and of the software industry — except it just hasn’t happened to Maxient.

    You read that right: Maxient has NEVER lost a client to a competitor.

    For more than seven years, Maxient has been the go-to product for colleges and universities nationwide who need a powerful, reliable, and affordable way of tracking student conduct and behavior-related concerns. Our customer service is incredible and our reputation in the marketplace unmatched. Thanks to that we’ve seen our client base grow every month as schools purchase software for the first time or switch from another product. It seems surprising to love a software company, but that’s precisely the sentiment that so many of our customers express about Maxient. We’re thankful for their business and we work hard to earn it every day.

    As a company we’re focused exclusively on the fields of student conduct and behavioral intervention/threat assessment. These comprise a profession with a strong foundation in the concepts of ethics, honesty, integrity, and fairness. Just as you uphold those ideals in your daily work and expect them from your students, you have every right to expect them from a software provider doing business in this field. If you take a call or an email from someone claiming that Maxient’s customers have switched to them, ask for the proof. Demand names, and when none are forthcoming, demand honesty.

    Aaron Hark
    Director of Product Development and Co-Owner, Maxient LLC