SuccessEd acquired by Frontline Education
School administration edtech software company Frontline Education has acquired SuccessEd, a Texas-based K-12 software provider.
With this acquisition, Frontline Education will have the opportunity to further serve its special education and special programs clients through expanded levels of Texas state-specific domain expertise.
SuccessEd provides special education software that helps educators track compliance and services offered to students in special education, Section 504, RtI, and EL, serving over 380 districts across Texas.
SuccessEd’s team members,most of whom are former educators, have worked on behalf of special education and special programs for over 25 years.
Edtech company Frontline Education uses tools, data, and insights to proactively manage human capital, business operations, student information, and special education. Educational organizations representing over 80,000 schools, millions of educators, administrators, and support personnel have partnered with Frontline Education.
SuccessEd clients to benefit from Frontline Education’s broad portfolio & solutions
Frontline Education and SuccessEd teams will provide continuity of software and services for all special education and special program clients.
This combined portfolio will support special education, Section 504, RtI/MTSS, EL/ELL, gifted & talented, Medicaid, and service management programs for more than 3000 clients nationwide.
Commenting on the development, Jim Bridges, CEO of SuccessEd, said: “We are excited to join the growing Frontline Education family in our shared commitment to serving and supporting special education and special programs for schools in Texas and across the other states we serve.
“We know our clients will continue to benefit from our best practices while also realizing the value of Frontline’s breadth of resources and national reach to expand our impact on the special education community.”
Confirming the deal, Mark Gruzin, CEO of Frontline Education, said: “This new partnership between Frontline Education and SuccessEd brings best-in-class relationship management and customer care model together with continuous technical innovation in product functionality.
“Our combined organization will drive additional value and an enhanced client experience for our partners in special education management across the country.”
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