Edlink is proud to announce a new client partnership with Parlay Ideas.
Parlay is an EdTech platform that helps teachers facilitate meaningful, inclusive, and data-driven discussions. Over 75,000 teachers all over the world use Parlay's prompts and discussion-based learning activities in their classrooms.
About the partnership:
As a learning platform that is improving the way students talk to each other, Parlay is getting a lot of buzz in the world of EdTech and growing quickly. To support that growth, they need fast, reliable data integrations with every major LMS.
They’re partnering with Edlink to achieve that goal, while saving the time they would have spent developing in-house integrations. By utilizing the Edlink API, Parlay will be able to expand their offerings and customer reach while focusing on their core product features.
"We chose Edlink for three reasons: speed, flexibility, and people. At Parlay, we're a small team that moves fast. The solution that Edlink has built allows us to ramp up our integrations with every major LMS and SIS very quickly, and it allows us to provide our schools and teachers with a wide range of services including rostering, grade passback, assignment linking, and more. Finally, the team at Edlink is informed and responsive!"
-Bobby McDonald, Founder and CEO of Parlay
About Edlink: Launched in February 2020, Edlink is the fastest and easiest way to integrate your learning platform with school data systems. Working with Edlink's Unified API saves development teams headaches, gets operational teams to-market faster, and helps sales teams win more deals.
Edlink is currently working behind the scenes to help over 8 million students get logged into all the various learning platforms they use, using their LMS (a system students already know!) and they're trusted to exchange sensitive data securely by tech administrators and district leaders in nearly 1,000 US K12 school districts, and growing.
You can learn more about Parlay by visiting their website.
To learn more about Edlink, visit ed.link.