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eThink Education Earns Ellucian Ethos Connected Partner Status

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eThink Education, one of the inaugural Certified Premium Moodle Partners, has earned Eullcian Ethos Connected Partner Status.

eThink Education, Certified Premium Moodle Partner and 2019 Moodle North America Partner of the Year, has earned Ellucian Ethos Connected Partner Status. eThink's new Ethos Connected status extends its already strong relationship with Ellucian and reinforces eThink’s commitment to building powerful, connected learning environments for higher education institutions.  

Ellucian is the world’s leading provider of software and services designed for higher education. Ellucian Ethos unifies data from Ellucian and partner applications into a single source and powers a community of integrated solutions that work together for improved outcomes. Ethos is built upon an open data model, which connects a community of applications and workflows, driving modernization, agility, and growth in higher education institutions.  

eThink's fully-managed LMS solutions integrate seamlessly through Ethos, allowing higher education institutions to streamline processes across university systems to save time and reduce redundancies.   

“We are excited that eThink is now Ethos Connected,” said Ellucian Senior Director of Partnerships Andrea Henry. “Through Ethos and the Ellucian partner community, institutions are able to use the solutions needed to create an empowered campus where people, processes and technology are all connected and powering coordinated, data-informed programs designed for student success.” 

“We are proud to strengthen our longstanding relationship and work more closely with Ellucian by becoming an Ellucian Ethos Connected Partner,” said Brian Carlson, CEO & Co-Founder of eThink Education. “Through this partnership, we are able to provide our clients with expanded knowledge and ease of integrations with the Ellucian Ethos Platform and offer Ellucian customers a powerful way to connect their university’s most important systems. Together, this partnership will provide an interoperable solution that enables institutions to make the most out of their learning data.”