Dallas, TX (PRWEB) July 15, 2008
ZogoTech provided lunch for entire faculty, administration, employees and summer-school students of Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) in San Antonio. A devastating fire in early May left the school with many difficult situations. ZogoTech wanted to offer a reprieve. In addition to lunch, ZogoTech will donate training services and software licenses to the Project Student Excellence group.
ZogoTech has worked closely with OLLU since 2004. The Project Student Excellence (PSE / TRIO) department has been using ZogoTech's software to help manage student caseloads, link intervention data to outcomes, identify students at-risk and use data to show the effectiveness of the program. OLLU's PSE / TRiO programs are funded under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965. TRiO programs help students overcome class, social and cultural barriers to higher education.
The CEO of ZogoTech, Michael Taft, holds the belief that every school ZogoTech works with is a part of their company. "We work very closely with our schools and the people at the schools. OLLU has been a terrific partner and we were very saddened to hear of the fire. Coming down to serve lunch is just a small way to help out everyone here."
ZogoTech also plans to donate software licenses and training. The aims of ZogoTech are nothing short of revolutionizing the way that educators and administrators use technology. Built through partnerships with institutions of higher education, ZogoTech's Institutional Intelligence software answers the data needs of executives, institutional researchers, faculty, and student services personnel.
ZogoTech brings an in-depth knowledge of higher education, superior customer support, and software solutions highly-acclaimed for their usability. See http://www.zogotech.com for more information.