June 25, 2013 – Hauppauge, NY., – Infinite Campus®, the largest American-owned student information system (SIS), and Custom Computer Specialists, Inc. (“Custom”), an Infinite Campus Alliance Partner, announced that Infinite Campus has been added to the Rhode Island Master Price Agreement #469 – Multi-District Student Information System. This allows Rhode Island school districts and the state to purchase Infinite Campus without a request for proposal (RFP) for a new SIS.
The Rhode Island Department of Education (“RIDE”) evaluated multiple SIS systems in pursuit of finding a solution that fits the needs of both Rhode Island districts and the state. Infinite Campus has been supporting Rhode Island school districts since 2007, and has the proven experience to meet the diverse needs of districts and the state. We look forward to continued growth in Rhode Island.
“Custom is excited about the opportunity to provide Baltimore districts with the strength of the Custom and Infinite Campus partnership. The partnership provides districts with the best SIS available in the industry coupled with a proven implementation methodology,” said Alan Lacher, Chief Operating Officer at Custom. “Our expertise in enterprise systems integration and K12 operations ensure a smooth transition to Infinite Campus for Baltimore districts. We are geared towards focusing on what really matters – improving education for students.”
Infinite Campus is a comprehensive, Web-based SIS with real-time access to census, curriculum, assessment, student IEPs, and state reporting data. In addition, districts may choose to take advantage of Infinite Campus Cloud hosting services, integration with food service, emergency messaging, online payments, inter-district record transfers, and more.
For more than 20 years, Infinite Campus has successfully implemented its solutions for customers of all sizes. As the largest American-owned student information system provider, it manages more than 6 million students in 43 states. Infinite Campus customers range from those with fewer than 100 students to those with more than 600,000 students. Customers include school districts, regional consortia, five state departments of education and the federal government.