CLIFTON, NJ, October 26, 2009—ClassLink, creator of multiple award-winning educational technology products, is pleased to announce that the NY Regional Information Centers have selected ClassLink to be one of their qualified vendors. All of ClassLink’s solutions including; LaunchPad, ClassMate, and Inquiry are now available to over 700 New York school districts at preferred pricing. ClassLink’s industry leading technology solutions will provide New York State educators with 24/7 access to their school data and programs which will allow for more informed decision making and better use of technology.
“I am very excited about this new partnership,” said Berj Akian, ClassLink CEO. “This agreement can provide hundreds of thousands of New York State school children and their teachers better access to technology which in turn leads to stronger outcomes. We look forward to working with all the Regional Information Centers to provide our educational solutions to their districts.”
ClassLink has a proven record of delivering high quality technology solutions designed to meet the unique needs of the K-12 instructional setting. Engineered for students and teachers, ClassLink’s products are simple to use yet help raise student achievement by providing anytime anywhere learning access. In addition to a suite of software products, the company has a specialty in instructional technology professional development and 11 years of expertise in implementing virtualization solutions for schools.
Founded in 1998, ClassLink’s mission is to empower educators to improve learning through innovative systems and services. ClassLink solutions provide administrators tracking and usage information to allow for informed decision making which lowers the overall cost of technology.
ClassLink ClassMateis the only student administration and curriculum management software designed for Career and Technical Education. ClassLink LaunchPad™ delivers 24/7 access to a school’s full array of instructional software resources from any computer in the school, community and from home. ClassLink Inquiry™provides administrators with comprehensive and customizable real-time software and hardware utilization reports. With an extreme commitment toward customer satisfaction, ClassLink continually partners with its customers.
About New York Regional Information Centers (RIC)
There are twelve Regional Information Centers located throughout New York State that support the information and technology needs of over 700 school districts. RICs work cooperatively with all BOCES and school districts throughout the state to deliver services. Professional and cost-effective services include software training; installation, support, and maintenance for a variety of financial and student information systems; special education software support; test scoring; professional development; data warehouse and student data analysis; network design and management; Local Area Network (LAN) and Wide Area Network (WAN) support; and microcomputer repair services. Regional Information Centers’ goal is to help districts use technology to make district management easier and more efficient. They are committed to collaboration, communication, and innovation in support of the educational environment.