LearnPlatform, a Raleigh, NC-based research-backed software-as-a-service for educators to find, buy, manage, and analyze education technologies, raised $3.2m in funding.
The round was led by New Markets Venture Partners and Emerson Collective, which joined seed investors Kaplan, AT&T, Edovate Capital, Techstars, and University Ventures.
The company will use the funds to enhance its product offerings and expand its services to more educational institutions and their partners.
Led by Karl Rectanus, co-founder and CEO, LearnPlatform provides a software-as-a-service edtech management and rapid cycle evaluation system that allows K-12 and higher education organizations to improve their budgets and student outcomes. The company’s platform also features simplified contract management, inventory dashboards, procurement support, and configurable workflows to meet the needs of educational organizations.
More than 2,000 schools, districts, states, universities, and associations have adopted LearnPlatform since its launch in 2015.