Edlink is proud to announce a new client partnership with Netop
About Netop: Founded in 1981, Netop develops market leading software solutions that connect people with computers and smart devices using remote access, screen-sharing and video chat technologies. Millions of users count on Netop to make 100 million swift, secure and seamless connections every day.
In education, Netop software connects more than 3 million teachers and students, helping schools improve learning outcomes with tools that make teaching with technology easier and more effective. Now more than ever, schools are relying on technology to deliver education and Netop is partnering with Edlink as part of their strategy to expand their reach in K12 education.
About the partnership: Edlink will be assisting Netop with their K12 interoperability strategy for their product, Vision. Netop currently has an automatic Google Classroom integration for Vision, and Edlink will be helping Netop to build a similar integration so that schools with LMSs other than Google Classroom will be able to use Vision seamlessly. This will give Netop the ability to more easily (and affordably) onboard school districts who use one of the many LMS or SSO systems supported by Edlink.
"I decided to partner with Edlink for the simple reason that the integration allows us to expand our addressable market in a very significant way at a price that actually saves us money over time. The fact that their team was able to achieve this so much faster than we could have on our own and has been very adaptable and flexible to work with is just icing on the cake."
- Matt Hall, EVP Education at Netop
Launched in February 2020, Edlink is the fastest and easiest way to integrate your learning platform with school data systems. Edlink is on a mission to make sure teachers and students can spend their valuable class time learning, rather than juggling tech tools.
Today, Edlink is working behind the scenes to help over 5 million students get logged into all the various learning platforms they use, using their LMS (a system students already know!). They're making sure teachers aren't spending their "free" periods copy + pasting grades from one system to another, and they're trusted to exchange sensitive data securely by tech administrators and leaders in over 700 US K12 school districts, and growing.
To learn more about Netop, visit https://www.netop.com/edu.htm
To learn more about Edlink visit ed.link.