“It means a lot to me and my team to be recognized as innovators. Each year we invest a third of our revenue in Research and Development, and we consider that an investment in the school communities we support through our product.” — Sohit Wadhwa, ParentSquare CEO
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (PRWEB) January 15, 2020
ParentSquare Inc, a provider of unified school-home communications, won the award for “Best Re-invention of a Classic Legacy Technology” presented by Tech & Learning magazine. ParentSquare was one of five winners nationwide for the category and the only school communication platform to win this award.
From the often unanswered, landline-reliant all-call systems, to long-format newsletters that are already old by the time of publication, ParentSquare improves upon legacy technology by reaching parents where they are. Two-way communication technology with real-time translation empowers families to play an active role in their children’s education. By unifying all communication tools into one place, ParentSquare encourages districts, schools, and classrooms to communicate with a common voice, making it easier for parents to connect with all stakeholders in their children’s education.
“It means a lot to me and my team to be recognized as innovators,” said Sohit Wadhwa, ParentSquare CEO. “Each year we invest a third of our revenue in Research and Development, and we consider that an investment in the school communities we support through our product.”
ParentSquare’s most recent big feature releases include an Alexa skill, Secure Document Delivery and Auto Notices. In honor of their award and the new decade, ParentSquare has curated a list of favorite tech throwbacks, as well as new inventions in school communication.
ParentSquare unifies all tools from the district oﬃce and classroom to the family, providing oversight throughout and powerful reporting metrics. With extensive student information system integrations, translation to more than 100 languages and access via app, email, text, voice, and web portal, ParentSquare enables schools to engage all families, ensuring equitable communication. Founded in 2011, ParentSquare is relied upon by more than a million educators and families in over 40 states. For more information, visit http://www.parentsquare.com and follow @ParentSquare