GLOUCESTER-BASED company Avantis has won a gong at the Education Resources Awards.
The technology developer picked up the prize in the Innovation Award category for its new software management tool, ClassView. It is the third education sector award the company has won in the past year. The judges, an independent panel of educational professionals, said ClassView was an ideal real-time, classroom tablet management software system, designed exclusively for front of class use in schools.
They said ClassView demonstrated Avantis' capacity for innovation and understanding of the changing needs of the education sector.
Nik Tuson, managing director of Avantis, said: "We are so pleased that this clearly marks the sector's approval of the work we are doing to support the use of tablet technology in schools. Schools are increasingly realising the benefit of using LearnPad tablet technology in the classroom."
The awards honour the quality and diversity of educational products and resources, educational establishments and the most dedicated members of the industry. They are organised by trade association BESA.