Taskstream Wins Awards from University Business and CIO Review
January 23, 2015
University Business highlights Taskstream as a “Readers’ Choice Top Product” and CIO Review names Taskstream one of its “20 Most Promising Campus Tech Solution Providers”
New York, N.Y. – January 22, 2015 — Taskstream, the leading assessment, accreditation, and e-portfolio software provider to higher education institutions, was honored with awards from two industry publications.
University Business’ Readers’ Choice Top Products award program informs higher ed leaders about products their colleagues around the country are using to help their campuses excel in a variety of areas. The publication’s editors received hundreds of nominations from higher ed leaders for this prestigious award and selected their top products based on the quantity and quality of nominations received. The Readers’ Choice Top Products appear in the January 2015 issue of University Business.
With this award, University Business recognized Taskstream for making a positive difference on college campuses based on nominations from higher ed leaders.
In her nomination, Jill Millard, the Associate Vice President of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness at South Piedmont Community College, praised Taskstream for helping “provide the senior leadership, the board of trustees, and the entire college community with critically needed strategic plan monitoring reports.”
For Dr. Marilyn Leuer, part of the faculty at California State University Fullerton, Taskstream sets itself apart as “an innovative technology-based company with a commitment to the old fashioned concept of ‘personal touch.’”
In its December 29, 2014 Campus Technology Special, CIO Review named Taskstream to its list of “20 Most Promising Campus Tech Solution Providers.” This annual list was selected by a panel of experts and members of CIO Review’s editorial board with the goal of recognizing and promoting outstanding technology entrepreneurship.
A distinguished panel of CEOs, CIOs, VCs, and analysts, including the CIO Review editorial board identified and shortlisted the group of twenty companies that are at the forefront of tackling challenges in education.
Harvi Sachar, Publisher and Founder of CIO Review, said, “Taskstream has been on our radar for some time now… we are happy to showcase them due to their continuing excellence in delivering top-notch technology-driven solutions for assessment and accreditation.”
“It is an honor to be recognized by our clients and other experts in the field,” says Webster Thompson, Taskstream’s President. “These awards are a great reinforcement of our dedication to our clients’ success.”
Taskstream provides institutions with cloud-based software and supporting services that make it easier to manage assessment for accreditation and improvement. With Taskstream, institutions can better assess and demonstrate how well they are doing towards achieving their educational goals and preparing their students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed. For more information, visit www.taskstream.com.
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