Kokomo24/7® Solutions Announces Sponsorship, School Safety Cloud™ Demos at 40th Annual FETC® Conference in Miami, January 14-17

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Kokomo24/7 is slated to exhibit at the 40th annual Future of Education Conference (FETC) with demos of its School Safety Cloud™ platform, an A.I.-driven, incident management, and anonymous reporting safety K12 solution.

LAUSD is the second-largest school district in the United States and we will be sharing our experience with helping ensure student safety across their 850-plus schools.

Kokomo24/7® Solutions, Inc., a Chicago-based SaaS provider of K-12 school safety solutions, today announced its sponsorship and exhibition at the Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC) on January 14-17 in Miami. Each year, FETC brings together dynamic and creative education professionals from around the world for an intensive, highly collaborative exploration of new technologies, best practices, and pressing issues. Kokomo24/7 will be in booth #1435w in the Startup Pavilion to discuss student safety and the Safety Cloud™ product. Leveraging the power of predictive analytics, Safety Cloud™ correlates years of existing log data to predict possible unsafe student incidents disruptive to learning. The result for teachers, administrators, and resource officers is proactive intervention to student safety incidents.

“We are excited to exhibit in the Startup Pavilion at FETC to add our insight and experience with LAUSD on growing concerns over student safety,” said Daniel Lee, CEO and founder of Kokomo24/7. “LAUSD is the second-largest school district in the United States and we will be sharing our experience with helping ensure student safety across their 850-plus schools."

Kokomo24/7 at FETC 2020

When: January 14-17, 2020
Where: Miami Beach Convention Center | Miami, Fla.
Kokomo24/7 Booth: 1435w, Startup Pavilion
More Info: Event Website

Kokomo24/7® Safety Cloud™
Kokomo24/7® Safety Cloud™ is a SaaS-based software platform designed to proactively identify unsafe student incidents in K12 learning environments. Addressing answers for the senseless and harmful incidents making news headlines, Kokomo24/7 attacks the problem with data and analytics. The predictive modeling capability in Safety Cloud™ helps school districts identify potentially unsafe incidents before they happen and allows educators to take action with intervention before unsafe events occur.

Kokomo24/7 has deployed the Kokomo24/7 School Safety Cloud™ at the second-largest school district in America. The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), serving nearly 750,000 students, uses Kokomo24/7 to deliver school safety solutions with scalability, security, and the latest technologies provided by Kokomo24/7’s collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS). Kokomo24/7 is an approved Public Sector Partner (PSP) of AWS and a member of the EdStart Community within AWS.

For more information about Kokomo24/7 Safety Cloud™, visit https://www.kokomo247.com.

About FETC®
The Future of Education Technology Conference is the largest, national, independent education technology conference. Attracting thousands of education and technology leaders from around the world, it delivers strategies and best practices for student success and schoolwide advancement. Visit https://www.FETC.org for details.

About Kokomo24/7®
With deep public safety experience, Kokomo24/7® Solutions is the company behind a cloud-based safety platform that helps K12 educators reduce unsafe student incidents to ensure higher quality learning environments. Kokomo24/7’s Safety Cloud™ platform consists of three modular and easy-to-deploy, intuitive safety products designed to help reduce bullying, suicide and other disruptive events in K12. Incident Management (IMS), Anonymous Reporting (ARS) and Emergency Operations Center (EOC) comprise the platform to bring to school district leaders unprecedented visibility to the safety and well being of their students. For more information on Kokomo24/7 Solutions, please visit https://www.kokomo247.com.

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