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The Problem Today

How can you manage digital resources if you can’t measure them?

Representing 25% of the annual spend for most schools’ technology budgets, software and digital content represents an area that, for the most part, school officials have been traditionally unable to measure if resources are used, and exactly how much they’re used, if at all. Some relied upon data provided by the software and content publishers, who have a vested interest in showing their software is being used. Further, an EdSurge article from October 2017 cited the issue of “Zombie Technology” – tech that once may have produced results, but now fails to deliver or has outlived its usefulness. Below is an industry analysis from a recent LearnPlatform study.



Product Licences never activated



Licences activated but never used 0%



Met only 25-50% of established usage goals



Met actual usage goals

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Some Words From Industry Leaders

Even the most effective learning resource is useless if students aren’t actually using it. PAPERbasket solves the missing link to give real, accurate data to know when and if resources are being used

Kathy Hurley, CEO, Girls Thinking Global

Schools often lack the very resources to facilitate change management. PAPERbasket helps schools make efficient use of their IT resources and gives school leaders the knowledge they need to make positive change.

Tom Greaves, CEO, The Greaves Group

Two of the seven Project RED Key Findings are:  1) Properly implemented technology saves money, and 2) Daily use of technology delivers the best return on investment (ROI). PAPERbasket provides data that can aid schools in making sound IT decisions and ensuring effective use of IT resources. The reporting feature gives district officials granular information for analysis and financial projection.

Leslie Wilson, Project RED co-author and CEO, One-to-One Institute

The $3 Billion Problem

Not only is this a problem impacting fidelity of edtech learning, it’s a problem impacting school budgets

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