Destiny Solutions Sponsors "Vision for Continuing Education"

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Video production to promote the importance of Continuing Education during these transformative times

Destiny Solutions Incorporated, the industry-leading provider of enterprise software and solutions for Continuing Education, today announced its sponsorship of "Vision for Continuing Education," a video production promoting the importance of Continuing Education at a time when our economy is in transformation.

Attendees at the University Continuing Education Association (UCEA) annual conference held in Boston will be invited to share their visions and perspectives on how Continuing Education can help during these transformative times. A video will be produced for the Continuing Education Community to promote to prospective students, engage with government and forge closer relationships with local institutions.

"Continuing Education has a rich history of meeting the needs of a continually evolving market and now needs to again drive a much needed transformation" said Shaul Kuper, President and CEO of Destiny Solutions. "Sponsoring 'Vision for Continuing Education' is another way for Destiny to reaffirm our support of the Continuing Education Community."

Participation is open to any attendee of the UCEA annual conference held at the Marriott Copley Place. A private and interactive video capture booth will be set up in the exhibit hall to capture attendees' perspectives. Taping will occur starting 4:00 pm on April 1st through Noon on Friday April 3rd.

About Destiny Solutions Inc.
Destiny Solutions Inc. is the creator of Destiny OneCE (TM): the most comprehensive administrative suite for Continuing Education. The company is focused exclusively on the continuing education industry, having created a software solution that automates core business processes and enables a greater focus on strategic priorities. Destiny Solutions' clients include Stanford University, University of California Santa Cruz, Duke University, University of Toronto and the University of Calgary. For more information please visit


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