ClassLink Announces Partnership with the Allegheny Intermediate Unit to Bring Single Sign-On to Southwestern Pennsylvania Schools
Clifton, NJ – December 11, 2018 – ClassLink, the leader in single sign-on, class rostering, learning resource analytics, and account provisioning, announced a strategic partnership with the Allegheny Intermediate Unit, located in Homestead, Pennsylvania. The Allegheny Intermediate Unit (AIU) is a regional public educational agency, providing specialized services to Allegheny County’s suburban school districts and non-public, charter and vocational-technical schools. The AIU’s core mission of maximizing educational opportunities for all learners with leading-edge, high-quality, cost-effective programs and services is at the forefront of their decision to partner with ClassLink.
Bob Chappell, Vice President of Instructional Technology at ClassLink shared, “Through this partnership, AIU will offer an innovative single sign-on solution to their schools that eliminates the need for students and teachers to log in to each digital application they use, returning precious instructional time to the classroom.”
ClassLink offers the following features that will address the technology needs of the Southwestern Pennsylvania schools:
- ClassLink LaunchPad enables single sign-on access to over 6,000 programs including web, Windows, and Google applications, and instant access to files at school and in the cloud. ClassLink users receive a personalized dashboard showing all of their connected resources and applications in one single view.
- ClassLink Roster Server easily and securely delivers class rosters to any publisher using open technology standards.
- ClassLink Analytics gives decision makers the usage data they need to make a better-informed decision about the resources they use.
- ClassLink OneSync is a comprehensive account provisioning platform designed to streamline the synchronization between student information systems and Microsoft Active Directory, Google Directory and O365/Azure Directories.
The AIU is among a growing number of service agencies that are partnering with ClassLink to bring next-generation technologies to their schools. Intermediate units interested in working with ClassLink can contact the company via www.classlink.com/contact/.
ClassLink is a developer of cloud-based education software that connects K-12 teachers and students with each other, their classroom and their curriculum. The software provides over 6,000 single sign-on connectors and is the most inclusive single sign-on platform in education today. As recognized through many awards, ClassLink’s primary benefit is instant login to any web app through our OneClick technology. Students and teachers use of digital learning resources expand every day across many different devices. The number of usernames and passwords is costing valuable time and resources. ClassLink ensures students and teachers have instant access to the digital learning resources they need to improve learning outcomes.