ILTPP Enlists JourneyEd.com as First Participant for Supplying Educational Kits
DALLAS, TX: Illinois Learning Technology Purchase Program (ILTPP) declares that they have enlisted JourneyEd.com in ILTPP agreement. Journey Education Marketing is a global multi-channel software marketer to the K-12 and post-secondary academic markets, which include students, faculty, staff, educational institutions and public school districts nationwide.
ILTPP considered the education marketing company for supplying software and technology products for enhancing Illinois public education and delivering these products below the retail price. The agreement allows students, parents, teacher and staffs to purchase educational kits from more than 6,000 products options. The ILTPP was jointly built by the Learning Technology Centers, the Regional Offices of Education, and the Intermediate Service Centers, in response to the needs assessment information provided by district staffs from around the state.
“We are pleased to be one of the first participants for this new contract for the Illinois public school system. Given JourneyEd.com’s unique focus on education for over twenty-five years, we believe we will bring a unique offering of knowledge, selection and experience to Illinois public education organizations in need of technology products,” says Tim Lilly, President of JourneyEd.com. The agreement allows members to follow quotes and order through the online portal. It has invited all PK-12 schools districts, Private PK-12 and Educational Service Agencies (ROEs, LTCs, etc.) in Illinois to participate in ILTPP contracts.
The contract leads JourneyEd.com to deliver instantaneous responses by offering top brand’s products and software such as Adobe, Microsoft, Wacom, Sophos, Avid, and others. The company’s sound knowledge of account management including the proprietary technology and enhanced partnership networks allow customers to experience more advanced and extensible solutions in a cost effective manner. The company has also expanded its online services across the nation where traditional technology reseller ranks very low and only deliver their services to corporate customers. JourneyEd.com has thousands of online student software alliances that are developed for schools and college bookstores nationwide. Its services offer users the opportunity to purchase necessary educational equipments under the program with no individual enrollment, and membership or registration fees.
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