The ed-tech company offers its full product line through REMC SAVE, giving K-12 schools the opportunity to purchase device filtering, monitoring and management solutions at affordable prices.
AUSTIN, TX. — Ed-tech solution provider Lightspeed Systems is an awarded vendor through REMC SAVE, making its device filtering, monitoring and management solutions available to K-12 schools across the state of Michigan.
REMC SAVE works with top technology providers to procure large-volume bid prices on a variety of educational resources. Through REMC SAVE, Michigan schools now have the opportunity to purchase all Lightspeed Systems solutions at special pricing.
Founded in 1999, Lightspeed Systems offers integrated and multi-OS software solutions — device filtering, monitoring, and management — that are developed especially for K-12 education.
As a REMC SAVE awarded vendor, Lightspeed can offer Michigan schools:
• Lightspeed Systems Relay, an all-in-one filtering and monitoring system
• Lightspeed Systems Web Filter, the market-leading content filter for K-12 with three deployment options
• Lightspeed Systems Mobile Manager, an MDM with tiered administration and flexible device policies
• And more
To learn more about Lightspeed Systems solutions, visit www.lightspeedsystems.com.
About Lightspeed Systems
Lightspeed Systems works with schools to make learning safe, mobile and easily managed. Partnered with 6,500 districts in the United States and 25,000 schools around the world, Lightspeed Systems offers integrated solutions for smarter K-12 school networks: Relay, Web Filter, Mobile Manager and Classroom. To learn more, visit https://www.lightspeedsystems.com.
About the REMC Association of Michigan
REMC SAVE is provided as a service of the REMC Association of Michigan for all Michigan schools. The project provides large volume contracts for a variety of educational resources. By using REMC SAVE contracts, Michigan schools have saved more than $729 million since 1990. Every dollar saved through REMC SAVE today is one more dollar to invest in instruction tomorrow.