• Let’s connect every dollar with student success
  • Let’s optimize education spending
  • Let’s make money work harder for kids
  • Let’s simplify education resource planning

Student success is the bottom line.


We believe every student deserves access to the resources they need to be successful in school. Our education resource planning software empowers K-12 administrators at every level to allocate resources to best support the needs of their students.


Balance by Allovue

Balance streamlines budgets, vendor transactions, general ledger balances, and other accounting data into a single dashboard. Review balances, monitor transactions, analyze trends, forecast spending, and create reports with just a few clicks.

Data Integration

Balance integrates with current backend data systems to give daily, transaction-level updates on finances.

Natural Language

No more memorizing thousands of account codes. Find the accounts you’re looking for in plain English.

Account Filtering

Splice and dice financial data to analyze spending by year, fund, category, program, or any other segment of the chart of accounts.

Spending Analysis

Combine financial data with academic and demographic data to visualize comparisons, trends, and correlations across schools.

Budget Forecasts

Compare account level expenditures over days, months, or years to understand trends in spending and forecast future needs.

Custom Alerts

Receive notifications of unusual spending, grant funding expirations, low balances, or overdrawn accounts.

All students deserve access to the resources they need to be successful.

- Jess Gartner, CEO & Founder -

Our Team


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Posted by | September 5

by Leslie Anne Jones Jess Gartner walked into her classroom with a roll of tape, a box of pens, and staples—and that was pretty much it. A Teach for America member, she was gearing up to teach social studies to Baltimore middle schoolers, but her classroom was bare. There were […]

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InvestMaryland Challenge Advances 41 Companies

Posted by | August 26

Out of 260 applicants, 41 start-ups have advanced in the second annual InvestMaryland Challenge, the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) announced today. The early-stage business competition—with awards provided by DBED’s Maryland Venture Fund, the BioMaryland Center and other sponsors—seeks to grow entrepreneurship and innovation in the State. […]

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The short history and big impact of the Emerging Technology Center

Posted by | August 15

by Andrew Zaleski for the Baltimore Sun In August 2006, Millennial Media — a digital advertising company founded in Baltimore just two months prior — made a move that shaped its future. The company’s three co-founders took up office space inside the Emerging Technology Center (ETC), an incubator of startup […]

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  • Allovue Balance is a must-have tool in order for school leaders to manage our school’s financial resources effectively.

    Katrina Foster, School Principal

  • In an era where principals are under immense scrutiny for how public dollars are spent, Allovue is filling an essential need for myself and my colleagues.

    Joe Manko, School Principal


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