LoudCloud’s Learning Management System (LMS) now Available on Windows 8 and Microsoft Surface
DALLAS—June 26, 2014. LoudCloud Systems, Inc., a leading education technology innovator, is proud to announce that it’s working with Microsoft Corporation to make its LoudCloud LMS for K-12 and higher education available on the Microsoft Windows 8 operating system and Surface tablet.
“We are extremely excited about this relationship,” said Manoj Kutty, LoudCloud’s CEO. “Our mission is to improve student outcomes through “learner-centric” software to easily identify and adapt the learning experience for each student based on their individual needs. By adding our platform to the Surface tablet, more students, teachers, administrators, and parents will now have access to the power of LoudCloud’s powerful education tools.”
“At Microsoft we aim to develop deeper, more personalized learning experiences for students,” said Andrew Ko, general manager, U.S. Partners in Learning, Microsoft. “The LoudCloud Learning Management System is a great tool for accomplishing that goal, and we are excited to make it available on the Surface and Windows 8 operating system.”
About LoudCloud Systems, Inc.:
LoudCloud is a behavioral analytics based teaching and learning platform designed to deliver personalized pathways in education. The core framework, rooted in re-imagined LMS technology, simplifies course and content authoring using proprietary algorithms to inform and guide course progress. With innovations in collaborative, digital readers and task centricity, LoudCloud continues to grow business with prominent customers in both the higher education and K-12 sectors while providing platforms for institutions engaging in competency based learning solutions. For more information about LoudCloud Systems, please visit the company’s website.LoudCloud customers include, University of Florida-Lastinger Center, Bryan University, Career Education Corp. (CECO- NASDAQ), Grand Canyon University (LOPE-NASDAQ), The American College, Collin College, Laureate Education Inc., Jefferson County School District, Wissahickon School District, and Paraclete School District.
Sandeep Pasrija, LoudCloud Systems Inc.