Watermark Joins the Blackboard Partnerships Program to Better Support Student Success

AUSTIN, TX— December 16, 2020 –Watermark, a pioneer in educational intelligence, announced this week a new partnership with Blackboard Inc., a leading EdTech software and solutions company. The partnership will enable deeper integration between Blackboard and Watermark’s solutions, making student, course, and learning outcomes more accessible and more actionable for customers of both companies.

“This new partnership further extends our already strong relationship and reinforces our commitment to better and deeper integrations. Joining Blackboard’s partner program underscores our goal to increase efficiencies, streamline processes, and better connect systems so that institutions can more easily surface actionable insights,” said Lisa Wright, vice president of strategic partnerships for Watermark. “We look forward to continuing to optimize and integrate the systems our clients depend on in ways that best meet their needs.”

The partnership supports Watermark’s broader vision to connect previously siloed data and empower institutions with the insights needed to make meaningful improvements across all levels of the institution. As a global provider of educational intelligence solutions in the areas of assessment and accreditation, ePortfolios, faculty activity reporting, course evaluations and institutional surveys, as well as curriculum, catalog, and syllabus management, Watermark serves over 1,700 colleges and universities in developing an intentional approach to learning based on data they can trust.

“We are thrilled to welcome Watermark to the Blackboard partner community,” said Mary Gross, senior director of partnerships at Blackboard. “We’re committed to unlocking new capabilities, insights, and value for our partners so that they can better support the evolving needs of students, faculty and administrators.”

To learn more about Blackboard’s partner program, visit www.blackboard.com/partnerships. To learn how Watermark can help you improve student learning and institutional outcomes, click here.

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