Partnership to deliver best of breed solution for schools and colleges
1st June 2016: Dashboard technology provider, Dynistics, has today announced a channel partnership with itslearning, an award-winning cloud-based learning platform provider. Maximising the opportunity in the growing online learning sector, Dynistics’ dashboard technology will connect to itslearning’s virtual learning environment to allow schools and colleges to extract learner data. By combining this data with school and college data management systems, education organisations will now be able integrate their performance management information into their overall performance metrics.
With over seven million active users, itslearning is one of Europe’s fastest growing technology companies with seventeen years’ experience in the education sector. The technology provided helps schools and colleges create innovative digital learning environments to improve teaching and learning outcomes and improve cost efficiency.
“We’re excited about the opportunity this partnership presents. This best of breed solution represents a compelling proposition for schools and colleges looking to create digital learning infrastructures that integrate with their operational data systems,” commented Andy Richardson, CEO Dynistics.
The online learning sector received further backing when Government technology taskforce, FELTAG (Further Education Technology Action Group) announced that all publicly-funded FE and skills courses should have a minimum of 10 per cent online content by 2015/16; and that incentives should be provided to move the online course content to 50 per cent by 2017/18.
“We are anticipating significant growth in the online learning sector but we know that schools and colleges are looking for smarter ways of analysing and benchmarking online performance together will their overall organisational metrics. The Dynistics Active Dashboards provide the tools to deliver quick and effective insights on key metrics to help academic organisations pinpoint where they need to focus their attention,” commented Barry Smith, Managing Director, itslearning.
Dynistics recently announced a new channel network strategy and is looking to engage up to 30 new partners over the next 12 months. With over 100,000 user base of its dashboard technology and significant demand from sectors including higher education, further education and recruitment, Dynistics is anticipating revenues from its channel partner network to account for 30% of annual turnover within the next twelve months.
Dynistics and itslearning will host a Technology and Innovation event at West Hertfordshire College on Tuesday 14th June which will look at the impact and importance of technology in FE and be an opportunity to share, learn and network with senior leaders in education from around the UK.