NASHVILLE, TN–July 11, 2006–Education Networks of America today reported that it scored 100 percent overall customer satisfaction in its statewide summer survey. ENA provides safe, reliable and affordable Internet access through its ConnecTEN network to K-12 schools across Tennessee. It received survey responses from 80 percent of the schools district it serves, spread almost evenly across East, West and Middle Tennessee. “We are delighted to know that we are fulfilling our mission of helping teachers teach and students learn,” said ENA president and CEO David Pierce. “And we’re grateful to work in a company where we can make a real difference every day.” In the overall satisfaction category, 100 percent of respondents said they: *Would recommend ConnecTEN services to others *Have a positive overall satisfaction rating for the ConnecTEN network *Give a positive overall satisfaction rating for ENA. The survey also rated various qualities of the network, such as security, speed and reliability, as well as allowing respondents to suggest topics for ENA webinars. “We are passionate about serving education and believe Tennessee has the best Internet access in the nation,” Pierce said. “It’s gratifying to know that our customers share our enthusiasm.” About Education Networks of America

ENA provides managed network and technology solutions for school systems and libraries. Since 1996, ENA has established a reputation as experts in the design, deployment, and operation of broadly distributed networks. ENA designed and deployed one of the first statewide K-12 networks in the US connecting all schools and school districts in the state of Tennessee. ENA currently manages multiple statewide education and library networks serving hundreds of school districts. Customers know ENA as a reliable partner with expert knowledge in Internet connectivity, E-Rate and other funding sources, and value-added customized services. Our technology solutions make reaching and using valuable information as easy and reliable as turning on the lights.


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