DATA#3 ANNOUNCES SCHOOL SOFTWARE DEAL

Written on the 27 May 2014

DATA#3 ANNOUNCES SCHOOL SOFTWARE DEAL

DATA#3 Limited (ASX:DTL) has formed an alliance with The Alpha School System (TASS), to develop a one-stop administration solution for schools.

The move will allow the business technology company to push for growth in the education market nationally.

Data#3 general manager Laurence Baynham (pictured) says customers will be able to access an integrated software system from the cloud.

“The partnership will deliver new levels of functionality and overall value to our education and customers through the integration of Data#3’s infrastructure, software, Schools Information System and the TASS.web software to provide a more complete cloud-based solution for school,” he says.

Data#3 will deliver data analytics for workflow automation in back-office operations, while TASS covers payroll and learning management.

TASS managing director Craig McAlister says both platforms complement each other, offering a range of services to education staff.

“This agreement combines the expertise of the two companies to deliver a comprehensive cloud-based solution for schools,” he says.

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