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Kansas City area education software maker gets high marks

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Prairie Village, Kan.-based Netchemia's report card would make any parent proud. The 12-year-old education software company is a finalist for Best K-12 Enterprise Solution at the SIIA Education CODiE Awards, which will be announced May 6 at the Ed Tech Industry Summit in San Francisco. Netchemia's TalentEd K-12 Strategic Management Suite offers tools that aim to help schools with hiring and employee performance evaluations. It's one of five finalists up for the award, along with Schoology, Pearson, GuideK12 and Aspex Solutions. The Awards have been recognizing the software and information industries for 27 years. — Source: Netchemia

 


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