CatchOn Partners with Education Networks of America

CatchOn and Education Networks of America® team up to arm school districts with insightful data to make informed decisions about the digital resources and apps they use
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DALLAS (Feb. 7, 2018) – CatchOn and Education Networks of America (ENA), a leading provider of technology solutions to education and library institutions, are pleased to announce the addition of CatchOn to the ENA Partner Program, a portfolio of educational products designed to enhance student achievement and boost efficiency.

CatchOn is an administrative tool that provides data on 100 percent of the activity on 100 percent of the devices (Chrome, Windows, Mac, iOS) that operate on a school district’s network. This includes all software, websites and apps. This tool allows school leaders to answer these two basic, but essential questions:

  • Is our technology being used?
  • How are our students and teachers using technology?

“ENA is delighted to work in conjunction with CatchOn to offer a state-of-art Software as a Service (SaaS) platform that provides school districts with the critical data they need. CatchOn is revolutionizing the way school districts can capture and leverage data to enhance their students’ learning experiences as well as reduce costs,” says Chad Arnold, ENA Partner Program Professional.

“ENA’s approach to customer service aligns with our vision to provide schools with the information needed to assess their educational technology initiatives, prescribe professional development, and optimize their budgets. We are both passionate about helping schools succeed, and this partnership is going to enable us to further do that,” says Jena Draper, CEO/Founder of CatchOn.

To find out more about the partnership, visit www.ena.com/company/partnerships/ena-partner-program.

About CatchOn

CatchOn is an administrative tool that provides district technology leaders with real-time evidence about app use, implementation fidelity, cost and ROI. The tool collects up-to-the-minute data on every device type and all app, software and website activity, allowing districts to see 100 percent of activity on 100 percent of devices at their schools. Using evidence from CatchOn, district leaders can measure edtech initiatives, prescribe professional development and optimize their budget for licensed and non-licensed digital learning tools. For more information about CatchOn, follow @getcatchon or visit http://www.getcatchon.com.

About Education Networks of America

Education Networks of America (ENA) delivers transformative technology solutions supported by exceptional customer care to education and library institutions across the nation. Since 1996, we have worked with our customers to design and engineer high-capacity and future-ready broadband, Wi-Fi/LAN, communication, cloud, and security solutions. For more information, please visit www.ena.com, call 866-615-1101, or e-mail info@ena.com.

Contacts:

For ENA: Monica Cougan

(615) 312-6140

mcougan@ena.com

For CatchOn: Jena Draper

(214) 205-0571

jena@getcatchon.com 

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