Edtech company Solutionpath secures uni contracts worth £775k
Education tech firm Solutionpath is creating jobs after securing a raft of university contracts worth £775k.
Solutionpath signed deals to provide its StREAM student engagement analytics and monitoring software to Salford, Sunderland, Northampton and Essex universities
The company, which has offices in Manchester, Leeds and London, now plans to take on five new staff.
Solutionpath said its StREAM product can help universities improve the retention, academic performance and wellness of students.
The four new universities the firm will be working with have a combined student population of more than 60k.
Just recently, Solutionpath completed a three-year trial of its software with undergraduates at Nottingham Trent University. The study found that StREAM helped increase the number of students achieving either a First Class or 2:1.
Solutionpath’s CEO and co-founder, Howard Hall, said: “These new client wins are tremendously exciting for us.
“They mark the growing recognition that our unique StREAM analytics product, which has been several years in development and refinement, and is not only the market leading product but is also a highly effective tool that is having a significant positive impact both for students and for universities.”
He added: “Not only are we helping our clients improve academic outcomes, and improve student retention, and course completion, but also providing a safety net for students on wellness issues.”
Solutionpath is currently working with 11 universities in the UK and internationally.
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