Pearl is an all-in-one tool to help educators manage and grow their businesses in the new hybrid learning environment. Starting as a scrappy in-person tutoring company, Pearl has transformed into a company by tutors for tutors. It aims to build the best tools for tutors so that they can improve even more student outcomes.
About the relationship:
Pearl needed robust integration features and connect to common LMS, SIS, and IDMs in K12 and higher ed. So, Pearl hired an external consultant to find and evaluate valid solutions fairly. That’s when Pearl noticed Edlink.
In the end, the third-party consultant recommended another, cheaper tool. But Pearl chose Edlink – feeling that Edlink's customer service and tech were incomparable. Now with one connection to Edlink’s Unified API, Pearl has access to:
- content integration,
- grade passback, and
- over 20 educational data providers (LMSs, SISs, and IDMs).
“When it comes to choosing partners, we look to work with teams who are incredibly knowledgeable about their space and passionate about their mission. The Edlink team knows more about data integrations than anyone we have spoken to and are clearly passionate about the impact they are bringing to the edtech space. They also just so happen to be an amazing group of people who we truly enjoy solving some of education's largest problems with. ”
John Failla, Founder and CEO of Pearl
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 currently supports 62+ edtech companies and is currently working behind the scenes to help over 25 million students get logged into all the various learning platforms they use, using their LMS (a system students already know!). We’re trusted to exchange sensitive data securely by tech administrators and district leaders in over 2,200 US educational institutions, and growing.
To learn more about Pearl, visit www.tutorwithpearl.com
To learn more about Edlink, visit ed.link.