|By Business Wire||
|July 8, 2014 08:11 AM EDT||
Wasp Barcode Technologies, a leading provider of small business productivity solutions, today announces that the company’s MobileAsset.EDU solution was awarded an ISTE Best of Show award by Tech & Learning Magazine. MobileAsset.EDU is Wasp’s most recent fixed asset tracking solution and is designed for educational institutions to account for valuable assets purchased with grant money. Launched just one month ago, this marks the first award for MobileAsset.EDU.
Winners of the ISTE Best of Show Award were announced on June 30th, in conjunction with the annual conference of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). The competition was open to developers of educational-technology products attending the conference. Judges for the award program scoured the ISTE show floor, evaluating new products from participating vendors. The judges rated the technology products individually and met as a group to determine the technologies that could have the most impact in the classroom and deserved to be named Best of Show. Winners will be featured in the August 2014 issue of Tech & Learning Magazine.
Designed for K-12 and higher education institutions, MobileAsset.EDU is the most convenient and competitive asset tracking system for schools available. It is designed to track assets purchased with grants, allows users to easily audit purchased assets for accurate information regarding current and available funds for each grant or funding source. Also, the asset tracking system provides maintenance schedules, so each asset is adequately updated to the standards set via grant agreements.
“We are incredibly honored to be awarded the Best of Show Award from Tech & Learning Magazine,” said Brian Sutter, director of marketing, Wasp Barcode Technologies. “MobileAsset.EDU has been on the market for only a month and it’s already receiving awards. We’ve always known it would help schools better track critical funding information, ultimately helping them save time and money. It’s very rewarding for this to be reinforced by a respected publication like Tech & Learning Magazine.”
About Wasp Barcode Technologies
Wasp Barcode Technologies provides data capture and tracking solutions designed specifically for small businesses. Solutions include: inventory control, asset tracking, time & attendance, and point of sale (POS); as well as the supporting mobile computers, barcode scanners, and barcode printers utilized to automate operations. Wasp products help small businesses achieve efficiency through cost-effective solutions designed to increase productivity. Learn more at www.waspbarcode.com or call 866-547-WASP.
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