Concourse was developed at a College, not a startup's basement lacking proper context.
You'll work with a former Academic Affairs Manager who's walked a mile in your shoes.
Two computer engineering students getting their MBA help their school solve its syllabus management problems by creating the world's first enterprise syllabus tool, Concourse. Development of the cloud-based tool is done in the context and demands of an actual college environment. In doing so, they help transform the edtech industry.
Seeing the ability to help schools transform the manual, chaotic, problematic process of managing syllabi, Concourse is sold to schools nationwide and quickly adopted.
Concourse is the first solution adopted in Texas that allows complete compliance with the newly passed Texas House Bill 2504 (syllabus and CV management)
Concourse becomes the first and only enterprise syllabus tool to achieve WCAG 2.0 conformance, helping schools achieve Section 508(b) compliance with syllabi and help enable Students With Disabilities support.
Already a mobile-ready syllabus platform, Concourse anticipates the trend towards smartphones, tablets, and handheld devices. Concourse doubles down on making the platform even more responsive than previously designed. Mobile use among students accessing Concourse skyrockets.
Since its founding, Concourse was adopted at a number of schools with enrollments over 50,000. In 2010, Concourse was adopted at its first of a number of schools with over 100,000 students.
The first of over two dozen overseas universities on 5 continents adopts Concourse.
Immediately after the launch of the LTI (Learning Tools Interoperability) 1.1 standard in August 2012, Concourse allows the seamless integration with any LMS as well as synchronization of SIS, Catalog, and Curriculum information into Concourse syllabi.
Intellidemia corporate offices move to Silicon Valley, after several years of being located in New York. Administrative functions kept in NYC.
For the first time, Concourse was accessed in over 200 countries by students and faculty alike.
Concourse doubles down on making the platform more accommodating to students with disabilities with enhanced features and functionality.
Concourse achieves GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation ) compliance before the European Union deadline.