Announces Version 2.12 Release

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Company Provides K-12 Education Advanced Data Management System, a leading education IT services provider, today announced the software release of Version 2.12. Based in Senoia, GA, delivers next generation technology and efficiency to K-12 education providers. The solution help teachers, administrators and districts reduce cost, save time on administrative tasks, comply with federal and state regulations and automate student performance assessment. This, in turn, reduces personnel expenses and supports improved instruction and one-on-one student attention.

Originally designed and conceived through TASADA Solutions in 2002,,LLC was formed in May of 2004, migrating all educational assets to the new company. The user-friendly interface is organized into three modules: assessment, achievement and accountability. It has been featured in eSchoolNews as a high-performance data management system.

With the launch of Version 2.12, offers nearly 50 new end-user productivity modules, dash-boarding and traffic-lighting, report side ad-hoc query capabilities, improved time, task and standards management. “We’ve reworked the entire interface on the Achievement module to make it more user-friendly, tied the Assessment tool to standards and to the classroom, and converted from ASP to,” states CEO and Founder, Gary W. Griffin, Ph.D.

The new platform also improves the database platform. Previously three software units wrapped by the portal, is now a stronger, single-system, single-database integrated platform.

About, based in Senoia, GA, strives to utilize the best technologies and build systems that provide solutions that solve K-12 education’s data and information challenges to positively affect the learning experience of all children in the 21st century through Assessment, Achievement and Accountability. accomplishes this by:

· Establishing the processes and procedures that facilitate the creation, presentation and interpretation of information in education.

· Creating, standardizing and maintaining the vehicle that provides access to and use of information.

· Providing everyone (teachers, parents, administrators, and community leaders) involved in the education of a child with the skills and knowledge that will empower them to effectively utilize information in education.

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