Monday, Dec. 4, 2017 (Morganton, NC) -- What does it take to be a Certified ScholarChip Solutions Expert (CSSE)? This week, more than a dozen ARMET Group sales representatives, including Bridgeway's Marcal Gibbs, Gene Hawkins and Scarlet Sink, are in Maryland this week to find out and see if they have what it takes to be an expert in ScholarChip solutions.
ScholarChip recently extended a special invitation to ARMET Group channel partners for high achieving sales representatives to participate in the first CSSE Summit to be held at ScholarChip offices in Maryland. The certification, signifying an advanced status as a ScholarChip sales professional, requires attendance at a series of on-site sessions, consistent participation in technical and sales webinars, and ongoing local and regional product education and sales training.
For the CSSE designation, representatives must be totally committed to customer account management in an extremely serious marketplace – K-12. During the CSSE Summit, attendees will be the first to learn about cutting edge student safety and campus security advances to be released in 2018 from Maged Atiya, ScholarChip CTO/CEO, and introduced to ScholarChip’s new President and CFO, Craig Lockwood. Lockwood and participants will identify and discuss current trends in campus security and review challenges faced by administrators working to provide a more secure campus and a safer learning environment.
Attendees will also participate in a comprehensive review of all ScholarChip K-12 solutions. Sessions will be provided on ScholarChip’s modules for classroom attendance, visitor management, large group attendance, hallway monitoring, point-of-sale, behavior modification (ABE) and other modules as well as hardware and kiosks, and ScholarChip integration with Student Information Systems (SIS).
The group will also meet Dale Rauenzahn, Executive Director of School Safety and Security (retired) for Baltimore Public School System. Baltimore Public Schools began implementing ScholarChip in 2015, and continues to expand their One Card solution, used by over 110,000 students. WBAL Newscast
ScholarChip is a comprehensive solution for K-12 that offers an array of modules for greatly improved student safety and school operations. From automating classroom attendance to visitor management with sex offender data search, ScholarChip has developed a uniquely complete, yet modular, cloud-based software solution.
ScholarChip is offered exclusively through ARMET Group Authorized Solution Providers. ARMET Group is a national association of elite resellers dedicated to the utmost in customer service and cutting-edge solutions for education, business, healthcare, government and emergency management.