K-12 school administration software provider Frontline Education has announced that the company signed a definitive agreement to acquire Perennial EdTech. The company revealed last week that the acquisition is expected to close in the near future.
"Bringing these critical technologies together further supports education leaders in making data-driven decisions to foster continued educator growth and improved student outcomes."
"The Perennial EdTech acquisition enhances our commitment to providing school administration software that empowers the K-12 community," said Mark Gruzin, CEO of Frontline Education, in a statement. "Bringing these critical technologies together further supports education leaders in making data-driven decisions to foster continued educator growth and improved student outcomes."
Frontline Education offers a suite of software solutions for K-12 human capital, business operations and special education management. The edtech firm empowers educators to adopt a proactive approach to administrative processes.
Perennial EdTech is the parent company of Escape Technology (ERP), Digital Schools (school business software), eDoctrina (curriculum, assessment and accountability software), Healthmaster (school health management) and Software Answers (classroom and student management software).
"We are thrilled to join the Frontline Education family and know that this partnership will benefit the education community as we work together to address the needs of educators, administrators, school staff and students," said Ali Jenab, CEO of Perennial EdTech, in a statement. "For our valued partners, educators and students, this means additional resources, solutions and services to support their programs, strategies and success."