Daisy system is a comprehensive cloud-based system for the early childhood education: the municipalities kindergartens, children’s private daycare and private kindergartens. The Daisy system consists of four different building blocks, yet it’s easy to scale, adapt and use. These building blocks are: DaisyManager, mDaisy, eDaisy and DaisyNet. Each of these have their own functionalities but they all are designed to reach one common goal – making the everyday life in early childhood education easier. It takes a village to raise a child, and the Daisy System helps parents become more involved in their child’s daily life in child care, improving the co-operation between the parents and the professionals in the child’s life.
DaisyManager is the DaisySystem’s heart. It helps to plan, direct and follow the activities of early childhood education, all the way from individual child and employee to the level of municipalities and cities. DaisyManager is designed for early childhood education employees and administration.
mDaisy is a daily tool used in phones and hall devices. mDaisy tracks arriving and leaving children and employees. It also conveys the most important information and observations of the day to all of the employees.
eDaisy holds application forms, decisions and communication related to these topics. In eDaisy, the whole application process is secured with strong authentication (Suomi.fi).
DaisyNet enables parents to be part of their child’s life in daycare. DaisyNet includes child’s care time reservations, communication between parents and daycare, permissions and general bulletin board.
You can say goodbye to office paperwork and arranging files when you take DaisyManager in use on computer, tablet or phone.
You can write the most important reports, plans and other information related to customers and employees of early childhood education. DaisySystem’s automatic calculations and trackings make sure that you don’t have to waste time in the office. Instead, you can focus on the children and their well-being.
When members of the childcare staff arrive at the workplace, they check themselves in using an app and a Daisy key chain tag. On mDaisy, staff members can check which children are present, and from Reservations they can check who have yet to arrive for the day. In addition to this, the staff can also see which members of the staff are present.
A child’s day in ECEC begins in a similar fashion – logging in with the Daisy key chain tag. DaisyManager accesses the login information on mDaisy and produces various reports based on the data. Additionally, on DaisyNet, guardians can see the realized child care times and compare them to the child care reservations they have made.
eDaisy is an official digital early childcare education and care service provided for the caretakers of the children. Guardians always log in to eDaisy with strong authentication (online banking credentials / mobile certificate) via the Suomi.fi service. The personal information is confirmed after the log in and the rest of the family information can be filled in automatically via the VTJ interface using data provided by the Finnish Population Register Centre.
The official office-holders’ decisions made when handling the applications will appear visible to the guardians on the day the office holder has set to be the Notification Date. At the same time, the caretakers will be sent an e-mail notification about a new ECEC decision.
Wondering if the little one’s missing mum or dad at the daycare?
DaisyNet is DaisySystem’s tool to parents and guardians, giving them the opportunity to become a part of the everyday life of early childhood education. Pictures of the child from daycare and following the attendances create trust that child’s well-being is secured in day care. Reading and filling out the early childhood education plan advances collaboration with the employees of early childhood education. The timely attendance reservations made by guardians form the foundation of the DaisySystem’s automatic planning and allow the data about who is expected to present to be shown to the staff.