Perspective UK

Perspective UK

October 24, 2009 04:00 ET

Streamlined Communication Between Authorities Improves Results According to Perspective

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - Oct. 24, 2009) - The use of the Systems Interoperability Framework (SIF) in the streamlining of communication between educational authorities has a significant impact on the results of schools and colleges within their jurisdiction according to Perspective, a leading authority on learning management and training monitoring.

SIF facilitates improved management and accessibility of data between schools and the local authorities they belong to, as well as higher organisations such as the Department of Education. This means that information can be seamlessly shared by all of the parties, potentially in real time, removing the need to undertake hours of data entry.

Perspective has indicated that SIF has the potential to significantly enhance educational results. Improved communications will mean that authorities can spend more time and effort on improving their learning standards, and the ability to access data whenever it is needed can streamline processes that would usually be laborious.

Jim Davis, CEO of Perspective, said: "The use of the Systems Interoperability Framework has numerous benefits for academic institutions, as well as the overall effect of achieving improved results for learners.

"Educational authorities that employ SIF benefit from vastly improved data communication that allows them to receive data updates that are propagated from one central resource. This data can be used by anyone, regardless of the software they are using. SIF complies with all of the government's interoperability standards, whilst also reducing administration costs."

Perspective's Collaborative Learning Manager (CLM) allows all of the separate entities involved in the student education process to share learner data seamlessly. With the number of students receiving tutelage offsite constantly increasing, CLM provides real time student monitoring so that institutions are always aware of the status and progress of their students, whilst also providing real time reports and aiding students in reaching their targets. CLM has also been successful in supporting the government's diploma initiative as part of the 14-19 agenda.

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