Austin, Texas, September 30, 2011

A service from AT&T* is about to get a test drive as a group of Texas school board members will pilot a different way of submitting training credit information at the Texas Association of School Boards' annual conference kick-off today. More than 50 board members will pilot a cloud-based enterprise messaging platform to submit course credits of continuing education sessions attended via text from their mobile devices. Conference organizers hope that using the AT&T Global Smart Messaging Suite will improve the speed and efficiency of continuing education reporting. 

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