May 24, 2007 (NEW YORK, NY) – SchoolNet, Inc., the leading provider of enterprise solutions for K-12, has won the 2007 Codie Award for "Best K-12 Enterprise Solution."
The Codie awards are presented annually by the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA). The Codie Awards program showcases the software and information industry´s finest products and services. Now in its twenty-first year, the Codie Awards program remains the standard-bearer for celebrating outstanding achievement and vision in the industry. More information on this year?s Codie Awards can be found at: http://www.siia.net/codies/2007/winners.asp.
The Codie Award recognized SchoolNet?s impact on more than 2 million students across more than 50 U.S. school districts including Atlanta, Chicago, Philadelphia and Washington D.C. SchoolNet allows school districts to analyze data, develop instructional strategies and measure the impact in real-time from superintendent to principal to student to families.
"It is gratifying to be recognized by our peers for the quality of our products and technology," said Jonathan D. Harber, president and CEO of SchoolNet, Inc.
About SchoolNet, Inc.
SchoolNet, Inc. is the leader in Internet Applications for Public Schools, helping K-12 school systems to improve efficiency and increase achievement. SchoolNet´s School Performance Management systems are built upon an open, scalable platform that provides users with the data, reports, tools, and content to develop talent, individualize instruction, and ensure school improvement. SchoolNet´s solutions are used successfully by some of the nation?s largest school districts including Atlanta, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C. SchoolNet is won 2007 Codie Award for Best K-12 Enterprise Solution and is recognized by both Inc. Magazine?s Top 500 List and Deloitte?s Fast 50 as one of the fastest growing private companies in the country. SchoolNet was founded in 1998 by technology entrepreneur and MIT graduate Jonathan D. Harber and education author and analyst Denis P. Doyle. For more information, please visit www.schoolnet.com