Copley Retention Systems Inc., a Weston FL-based provider of student retention and success systems, completed a Series A financing of undisclosed amount.
The round was led by Mark Cuban, businessman, investor, and philanthropist, who owns the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks, with participation from Tom DiBenedetto, former president of Italian soccer team A.S. Roma (BIT: ASR), who increased his stake, and Copley founders.
The company intends to use the funds to expand adoption of its solution and continue developing and implementing innovative learning technologies.
Led by Keith Clougherty, President and CEO, Copley Retention Systems provides a “Software as a Service” collaborative student engagement platform and methodologies to engage and enrich students’ intellectual and social development with multiple pathways for student interaction.
To date, Copley Square has been implemented in nineteen campus locations.