[caption id="attachment_97491" align="alignleft" width="150"] A key selling point for ed-tech companies is how their software can help schools save money during a tough economy.[/caption]

For many of the companies exhibiting at recent educational technology conferences, a key selling point was how their software or services could help schools save money during a tough economy.

For instance, Wilmington, N.C.-based Education Management Systems, which makes the Windows-based Meals Plus suite of K-12 cafeteria software, demonstrated a new module that offers real-time analysis of the financial health of school...

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