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CatchOn Releases New Version 2.0

 

September 18, 2017

CatchOn has officially released the second version of CatchOn Insight; CatchOn v2.0. This version, which collects data from 100% of activity on 100% of devices, includes:

 

  • Actionable information that allows district administrators to be efficient and effective consumers.
  • Recommendations on apps that other districts are using and why they are relevant to you.
  • Instant visibility into classroom technology usage without a single survey administered! 

 

Click to download a sample report from v2.0!

Click to schedule a LIVE demo of v2.0

CatchOn Becomes Official Vendor of NPCA

 

September 12, 2017

CatchOn has recently been awarded a Vendor Contract with NCPA, the leading national government purchasing cooperative.

 

NCPA (National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance) is a leading national government purchasing cooperative working to reduce the cost of goods and services by leveraging the purchasing power of public agencies in all 50 states. NCPA utilizes state of the art procurement resources and solutions that result in cooperative purchasing contracts that ensure all public agencies are receiving products and services of the highest quality at the lowest prices.” 

Since all NCPA contracts have been competitively solicited by a lead public agency, each solicitation contains language that allows the contract to be used by other government agencies.  State statutes allow one government agency to purchase from contracts competitively solicited by another government agency. Find out more on your state’s laws on coorperative purchasing.

 

To register with NCPA, go to http://ncpa.us/Register and become a member today.

August 28, 2017

CatchOn will participate in partner program to continue enhancing school districts’ use of technology

CatchOn delivers real-time data on which apps are being used, how often and where to help keep track of technology investments . . .
“Every year, the U.S. education system spends millions of dollars on apps that never realize their full potential,” said Jena Draper, CEO of CatchOn. “Our platform provides data that allows administrators to evaluate the effectiveness of their technology” . . .
New edtech accountability tool CatchOn launched on Tuesday. CatchOn provides a way for schools and districts to see what and how apps are being used around their campuses and classrooms . . .
Addressing the education app “sprawl” occurring in school systems, CatchOn launched a public beta of the first accountability platform for classroom technology at SXSWedu . . . Early adopters have already tapped into CatchOn to inform decisions about technology investment and implementation . . .
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CatchOn is a software platform designed to let schools see how — and if — the devices, applications and tools they own are used . . .
CatchOn launches public beta of ed tech accountability platform . . . the app management and reporting platform is designed to help inform investment and implementation decisions, comparing budget percentages against use across a district . . .
“I’m fixing a problem based on my own [experiences] and that is near and dear to my heart. It’s a true passion” . . .