By Kevin Organisciak.

Educational product innovation is evolving at a rapid pace.  New modes of delivery, methods of instruction, and access to learning platforms are announced weekly in Ed Tech.   Although not every innovation is a winner, testing-and-learning from new product testing is extremely well funded.  Further, many of today’s CRMs and LMS algorithms were taken from best practices developed by entrepreneurs and small business owners. The inference we’ve drawn is that contemporary educational service firms should be engaged in or adapting to this period of product growth.  For these reasons, we’ve created an incubator for educational service firms to try out new products.    Whether it is a white-label, “powered by,” or direct to business product, we can vet it through our network.

 

Here is a little more about the how our pilot programs work:

  • Each pilot program lasts between 30-90 days and is carefully outlined with steps and instructions for participation.
  • The goal is to allow members or sponsors to test new ideas and products and to expose the rest of our members to directional trends in the world of educational services.

How does one participate?  Through one of the following:

  1. Volunteer to test someone else’s product (Participant).
  2. Offer something for others to test (Provider).

In either case, here are the steps we can test:

  1. Proof of Concept 
  2. Incubator
  3. Pilot
  4. Pilot-Beta.

Providers, those folks with solutions for Educational Service Firms, can use the categories above to define the point at which you would like to test and we can help define the scope of the Pilot.  Fill out the form below to learn more.

 

Learn More About TPAPT Pilot Programs

 

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