Edvantage was created by Versifit Technologies in 1998 to provide schools with actionable analytical insights by turning raw educational data into information, and information into knowledge.
Today, Edvantage is running in four state agencies and 700 school districts from coast to coast. It is recognized as a leading solution for K-12, combining world class design, open architecture, and a customizable framework into a remarkably affordable package appropriate for small, medium, and large school districts. In 2015, Versifit became part of the Atomic Learning family.
To provide the best, most up-to-date data warehousing and business intelligence solutions for K-12 markets to effect positive change in education by helping students, teachers, schools, and their information work better together.
Meet Our Experienced Team
Versifit has over 500,000 hours experience building and implementing educational data management systems. Most of our 50+ team members have at least 6 years’ experience, and many have over 10 years’ experience.
Watch this video to learn more about the Versifit team and Edvantage.
“We were very impressed with the level of expertise by Versifit Technologies in the creation of the Data Warehouse, the display of information, specifically with SIS data, and look forward to expanding the capability shortly. The Versifit team brought up the basic application in a very short period of time and we were able to demonstrate the capability to all superintendents and Principals.”
“The ability to drill down from schoolwide data to individual student data is a powerful support for instruction and school improvement”
“The [data warehouse] has been wildly successful—above and beyond my expectations. School staff frequently comment that they love the easy access to student data.”
“The service and flexibility of Versifit as we implemented Edvantage has been outstanding. Their product and experience are taking our district to a new level of data use. The dashboards are visually-appealing and easy to navigate. The superintendent and principals have been amazed by their ability to easily track cohorts to measure the impact of their efforts and to use the Early Warning Indicators to identify students in need.”