Texas Department of Information Resources Selects Impero Software as an Approved Vendor
Impero’s classroom management and student safety software is now available to districts in Texas and beyond at a discounted rate
Austin, TX, Feb. 4, 2020 – After a vigorous vetting process, the Texas Department of Information Resources (Texas DIR) has added Impero Software to its list of approved vendors for schools in Texas and beyond. This simplifies the purchasing process for schools because they no longer have to request proposals from multiple vendors when considering Impero’s classroom management and student safety software. It also allows them to purchase the products at a discounted rate.
Becoming an approved vendor for the Texas DIR also supports Impero’s growth throughout the country. Forty-three states and the District of Columbia have reciprocal agreements with the state of Texas to buy from the Texas DIR. That means schools in those states can take advantage of the simplified purchasing process and Texas DIR’s discount when purchasing Impero’s products.
“This contract is a huge win for both Impero and for school districts throughout Texas and beyond,” said Michael Watt, Impero’s senior vice president of U.S. sales. “The Texas DIR has high standards and a rigorous vetting process. We are pleased to be added to its list of approved vendors and we look forward to helping more schools get the most out of their technology and safety initiatives while staying within their budgets.”
Impero Software is a specialist provider of remote monitoring and management software for education. It’s Impero Education Pro software helps schools monitor, manage and control student devices from a single console and allows administrators to remotely manage IT issues. The software also allows school personnel to receive real-time alerts if students type or search for specific keywords that could indicate safety concerns such as bullying, self-harm or radicalization.
Impero EdAware simplifies the recording and management of student safety concerns, from depressive episodes to risky online behavior, to help identify potential safety risks.
Impero EdLink is a mobile device management solution that allows a school district to manage and track student devices while they are off-premises.
The Texas DIR administers contracts for technology products and services at discounted prices. Its contracts and services cover a wide variety of information technology products and services including: hardware, software, staffing services, maintenance, managed services, technology training, telecom, security, and other services with high customer demand.
To qualify for the Texas DIR contract, Impero had to provide customer references and undergo a thorough product review, as well as a review of its financials and its standing with state agencies. Impero also had to prove it could offer competitive pricing with negotiated discounts.
Customers who want to take advantage of the Texas DIR contract should order through Impero (https://www.imperosoftware.com/us/) and reference the Impero DIR Contract Number: DIR-CPO-4465.
For further information or to schedule interview opportunities, contact:
Jessica Axt – KEH Communications
About Impero Software
Impero Software offers a range of student safety and remote monitoring and management software, relied upon by education establishments around the world. Founded in 2002, Impero Software is now accessed by over 2 million devices in over 90 countries. Impero is used by over 30% of UK high schools and in over 700 U.S. districts.
Impero’s cutting edge EdTech software consolidates a range of powerful classroom, network and device management features enabling schools and colleges to reduce costs and improve both staff and student productivity. Impero’s sophisticated online safety functionality uses keyword detection technology to help schools ensure students are navigating safely online. For more information visit: www.imperosoftware.com.