The Cabu! software was launched in early 2012 after two years of research and development by Leesa Stevenson and Kim Brady, who have created long standing relationships with many New Zealand schools since 2005.
They provide a unique software that connects school communities together – the parents, grandparents, students, teachers and local businesses.
Whether a school needs a website, an online e-News site, online communication tool, to facilitate e-Learning in the classroom, or all of these, the Cabu! software is flexible to meet the online needs of a school.
It offers great easy to use functionality, with lots of bells and whistles as well. It is an easy to use system, giving schools total control of content, menus and other features not always available with other website providers.
With a team of developers, a graphic designer and server specialist, our Cabu! network continues to grow with over 100 schools in New Zealand and now in the Australian school market, we are proving the Cabu! software can provide a cost-effective online solution for schools that works.
The software is already light years ahead of where it was at conception as the software continues to evolve,upgrade and grow with schools – all due to feedback and ideas from principals, teachers and students who use the software on a regular basis.
Read more about us by checking out our Products and Services, our Portolio of schools, principal associations and non profit organisations, and Testimonials from schools.
Feel free to contact us anytime should you wish to find out more about how we can help you and your school.
Kim has been self employed and involved in advertising and marketing for over 30 years and brings this experience to Cabu!
In his past life he has been very active in the sporting arena. Played senior rugby for Northcote in the North Harbour region, (before there was a North Harbour – that’s how old he is), played senior basketball for many years as well as learning and training in a martial art (Kenpo) for 9 years and has represented NZ at junior and senior levels in tennis, playing many tournaments overseas.
Recently he thought he would try something out of his comfort zone and decided to train both of his left feet to become more in sync with each other and has been ’Ceroc’ dancing for over 3 years and even entered a couple of competitions.
Leesa looks after our schools and liaises with them from site build to “go live”, including PD and using her creative flair for customising each site. She trained at Auckland College of Education and has a Diploma of Teaching. Her passion is working with principals, teachers and students and helping to develop the software over the last few years into what it is today (with the help of our wonderful software development team of course!).
Leesa is also a wife and mother of two, and a homestay mum for international students from time to time. When she gets some down time, she enjoys spending time with her family. Her interests include scrapbooking, art and dancing.