|By Marketwired .||
|June 10, 2014 09:15 AM EDT||
NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 06/10/14 -- Kathy Walter announces her newest Company, Nsoma, which conceives and delivers innovative solutions to support the instructional and educational agendas of school districts, universities and edTech companies.
Nsoma implements a process it calls, System-Program Connectivity (SPC). SPC is the process of how your technology integrates with programs in education. The process has three points:
-Audit for Learning: complete analysis of your technology and internal support mechanisms along with your programs and external school interfaces.
-Action Plan: the audit analysis will tell us what you need to accomplish. An Action Plan is developed to deliver on the prioritized needs, including initial project plan and operational support for kick-off of your prioritized solution plan.
-Software Solutions: Unique to our company, we will create a Hangar. The Hangar is a software system devised as the connective tissue for your backend systems.
Ms. Walter, CEO of Nsoma, recently served as the Executive Director, Product Strategy & Innovation at the NYC Department of Education and as Business Consultant for Macmillan New Ventures. She started her career managing IT projects as a COBOL programmer and project manager. She also has a decade of product management and development experience at large corporations including Instinet, Gillette, Procter & Gamble and Iron Mountain.
Ms. Walter has a BS in Applied Math from Union College, an MBA from NYU Stern, and a Graduate Certificate in TESOL. She has been an ESL Educator at Northeastern University and Cambridge Learning Center; an ESL curriculum consultant with the YearUp program in Boston; and a program developer for several teaching projects in Uganda.
For further information about Nsoma and its System-Program Connectivity (SPC), contact Kathy Walter, CEO, Nsoma, 877-300-6215 and/or www.nsoma.com.
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