Edupoint® Educational Systems – a leading student information system (SIS) provider for the national K-12 market, has been selected by Technology and Information Educational Services (TIES) to provide the Synergy® SIS solution to their 49 district-owners that primarily reside in the Twin Cities area of Minnesota and support approximately 200,000 students. As a leading education technology collaborative in the state, TIES sought a modern solution that would help districts maximize student learning and empower educators with insightful data to help ensure student success.
For many years, TIES supported their district-owners with a proprietary student information system named TSIS. As part of their commitment to provide innovative, marketing-leading solutions, TIES selected Synergy as the new SIS solution to support their district-owners. Synergy will provide TIES districts with a highly customizable solution with innovative role-based mobile applications, powerful scheduling tools, flexible report card formats, and a modern user interface.
“We’re proud to partner with Edupoint to offer this best-in-class solution to our district-owners,” says Mark Wolak, Executive Director of TIES. “We know it’s vital to establish a long-term relationship with a company that is 100% focused on K-12 education and whose leadership team shares the same core values as TIES. Not only is Synergy a proven market-leading solution, but their established partnership with over 40 districts in Minnesota demonstrates to us that Edupoint truly understands what districts in our state need.”
“We are excited to welcome TIES and their district-owners to the Edupoint family,” says Bob Weathers, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Edupoint. “TIES and Edupoint both share the same vision of providing school districts with technologically-advanced solutions that inform teaching, increase collaboration, and positively impact student success, and we are proud that they have chosen Synergy. We look forward to a longstanding partnership with TIES and for continued growth throughout Minnesota.”