St. Paul, Minn.,
10
September
2019
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06:26 PM
Europe/Amsterdam

Sourcewell Technology named PowerSchool Certified Services Partner

Partnership brings local expertise to school districts

School districts in Minnesota and South Dakota will benefit from a partnership forged between Sourcewell Technology and PowerSchool.

According to company officials, Sourcewell Technology has been named a PowerSchool Certified Services Partner. Through this partnership, school districts utilizing PowerSchool solutions will receive local support, implementation, and professional services through Sourcewell Technology.

PowerSchool is the leading provider of K-12 education application technology, supporting over 45 million students in over 70 countries. Sourcewell Technology provides implementation and support services for PowerSchool SIS and Unified AdministrationTM eFinancePLUS.

Sourcewell Technology recently implemented eFinancePLUS at Sioux Falls Public Schools.

“The Sourcewell Technology experts provided training that makes a difference to our staff by understanding the different personalities and situations, and accommodated accordingly,” explained Todd Vik, assistant superintendent of finance and operations at Sioux Falls Public Schools. “They effectively motivated our staff while encouraging reflection and feedback from all participants.”

Sourcewell Technology Managing Director Jamie Loken said his organization places people at the center of each engagement by combining a user-focused approach together with a successful change management process.

“Our promise to every Sourcewell Technology customer,” Loken said, “is we will maximize the impact of your technology investment.”

About Sourcewell Technology

Sourcewell Technology – a specialized division of Sourcewell – is a purpose-driven, government organization motivated by serving people and providing technology solutions to the education industry. Creative problem solvers partnering with customers, Sourcewell Technology provides straightforward guidance to help manage change and plan for the future — ensuring all schools receive the most impact from their technology investments.