EduZone - An Education Community Platform is Launched by Aegis Identity Software
FREMONT, CA: Aegis Identity Software, an Ed-Tech provider of Access and Identity Management solutions for the education arena, announced the launch of EduZone, their educational community platform. This platform increases teacher effectiveness while ensuring student achievement by creating an online space for administrators, parents, educators, and students to securely access and discover government approved educational materials to fulfill educational needs. The company also projected their starting marketplace deliveries.
The enterprise-class software platform of EduZone has designed for management of digital identities and resolving all education related issues that digital citizens have been facing nowadays. Aegis is pleased to be at the foreground of generating latest technology environments that will help students in increasing the success. The company believes that by using advanced technologies, leaders will be empowered to lead, parents will be entitled to participate and it can also transform the way teachers teach and students learn.
"We are happy and proud to have made first customer shipments of this exciting technology solution. EduZone will make on boarding of apps much easier for K12 Districts and at the same time enhance student data privacy," said Bob Lamvik, CEO, Aegis Identity Software.
Aegis Identity specifically designed EduZone for K12 along with benefitting the Digital Citizens by latest features and functionalities. The platform secures students data by providing their information to the authorized persons on the approved systems that too only for the government approved educational needs. It promotes student achievement by maintaining the authorized access and utilizing the information for enabling individual learning to every student in the distinctive learning. EduZone enables teachers to access the required tools by designing flexibility and market efficiency, further allowing tutors to choose and discover appropriate learning tools for the classrooms. It also increases instructional resources by cutting the implementation and integration costs of teaching apps and allows to leverage saving for future educational goals.
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