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FREMONT, CA: EXO U, education tech solution providers announces the development and launch of a new platform called EXO U Digital Education Platform. This launch is in partnership with provider of IT infrastructure consulting, solutions and services SIGMAnet.
The one year long non exclusive partnership is formed to boost EXO U's sales and distribution network. Marketing and promotion of the latest digital platform to likely clients, deployment and installment plus certain client support services will be undertaken by SIGMAnet for a fee.
SIGMAnet evaluates the needs of the customer and develops tailor-made solutions. The firm’s rich experience and support for BYOD program for students will simplify the process and make it more effective for K-12 schools and districts to purchase and implement the EXO U solution.
Shan Ahdoot, CEO and Co-Founder of EXO U says, "EXO U dramatically changes the way educators manage and deliver technology-infused learning experiences in the classroom. Our partnership with SIGMAnet has the potential to help us reach thousands of schools seeking a next-generation solution for managing and sharing digital materials in the classroom."
One of the key features of EXO U Digital Education Platform is that it can be used by school districts to empower educators to manage and share third-party digital materials and instructional
content to almost any digital device. The offline and online flexibility of EXO U designs a classroom-focused, learner-centric platform that runs across multiple devices, is compatible with most operating systems, and delivers both online and offline access to instructional content in and beyond the classroom. The platform is device agnostic, supports and encourages collaboration and transparency within the classroom, optimizes efficiency, and handles open education resources (OER) seamlessly.
Stephen Monteros, VP Operations and Strategic Initiatives of SIGMAnet adds, "Partnering with EXO U offers teachers a new and much needed solution for managing their digital classrooms, regardless of device or connectivity."