Intellinetics To Boost K-12 Market Leadership, Offers A New K-12 Division

Education Technology Insights | Friday, September 16, 2022

Intellinetics has created a K-12 Division that unites Intellinetics K-12 experienced educators, solutions, services, and partnerships to boost K-12 market leadership.

FREMONT, CA: "We are making a significant commitment to the K-12 market to better serve our customers," states James F. DeSocio, President & CEO of Intellinetics. Intellinetics, a provider of solutions and services that enable and accelerate digital transformation, has opened a new K-12 Division with a singular emphasis on K-12 schools. The new division incorporates Intellinetics K-12's experienced educators, solutions, services, and relationships to accelerate the company's K-12 market leadership.

“Schools have untold amounts of organizational records locked in file cabinets, boxes, and digital storage locations of all shapes and sizes. We believe a unified division with common goals, objectives, and focus enables us to provide more value to educators we can better leverage the people, partnerships, and technology to deliver solutions for some of K-12s biggest challenges,” adds DeSocio.

Intellinetics K-12 Division is built on the following pillars of service and solution:

Cloud-Based Records and Content Management: They offer cloud-based Records Management Systems for K-12 schools based on brands such as YellowFolder, IntelliCloud, and K12Docs, which Software Unlimited sells. These systems provide secure storage, retrieval, and management of the district's student, special education, employee, and administrative records.

Digital Forms with Automated Workflow: This Enables district administrators to convert from paper-based forms to online digital counterparts that automate routine operations to deliver the right data to the right people.

Document and Micrographics Conversion Services: The paperless journey of a school typically begins with the digitization (scanning) of existing paper or film-based records. Their technology of intelligent capture automates the scanning and indexing of paper boxes. Additional conversion services include the scanning and digitizing newspapers, books, and large-format prints, and the long-term, safe off-site storage of documents.

Integrations and Partnerships: They continue to build seamless integrations with the best-in-class Student Information Systems, School Accounting Systems, and Human Resource Information Systems by enhancing Districts' investments in the daily applications by expanding existing partnerships and developing new ones.

Educators, Serving Educators

The division's management combines decades of education experience with a focus on customer satisfaction and future expansion.

The Chief Education Officer is Tessa Tyler. Tessa, a senior educator with over 27 years of experience, formerly served as the Chief Education Officer and Vice President of School Relationships at Yellow Folder, LLC. She earned her Master of Education in Education/Supervision from Texas Woman's University.

As CTO of Yellow Folder and chief technology officer, Ryan Bell’s technical leadership, SaaS expertise, and knowledge of K-12 concerns helped Yellow Folder become one of the nation's largest providers of digital file cabinet services to K-12 schools.

Gina Lunsford, Educator for the Paperless Nation. Gina possesses a Master of Education in Administration from Lamar University and has more than 23 years of experience as a teacher, coordinator, and educational diagnostician in public schools.

An educator for the Paperless Nation, Candice Earnest holds a Master of Education in Educational Leadership and Administration from Grand Canyon University. She has more than 19 years of experience in the field of education.

Senior Account Management, Brad Lahr, as the former president of CEO Imaging Systems, a provider of K-12 document solutions that Intellinetics bought in 2020, Brad delivers executive-level insight and leadership to the digital transformation journey of K-12 school districts.

“With our acquisition of Yellow Folder in April, we believe we now have one of the largest market shares of digital records management services to K-12 schools in the nation, having over 530 school district customers across the US. We continue to be confident in our focus on the K-12 industry as a key market, and the creation of a business unit solely focused on that market underscores that confidence,” says DeSocio further.

“We are really excited about the team we have put together,” states Tessa Tyler, Chief Education Officer. “As former educators, we know first-hand the challenges of records management. We pride ourselves in listening to our customers, looking at new ways to improve our processes and products, while providing world-class service. Our goal is to enable schools to spend less time on paperwork and more time on what is important, their students. In the end¦ its a simple formula: less paper equals more education.”

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