Weld North Holdings LLC, an operator of digital and SaaS education solutions, today announced that it has completed the merger of Truenorthlogic and Performance Matters. The combined entity will move forward under the name Performance Matters LLC.
Adam J. Klaber, former managing director at Weld North, is leading the company as CEO, and Performance Matters’ co-founder Woody Dillaha will serve as president. Truenorthlogic’s founder Jeanette Haren will continue as chief product officer, and Performance Matters’ co-founder James Waters will serve as chief technology officer. The company operates out of its corporate headquarters in Sandy, Utah, customer support center in Winter Park, Fla., and research and development center in Roswell, Ga.
Jonathan Grayer, chairman and CEO of Weld North said:
“The growing demand for accountability in K-12 education requires that school districts have access to all kinds of data, as well as the ability to carefully analyze all data points that impact student achievement.
“Performance Matters has mastered the student performance side of this with its exceptional assessment, data management and analytics platform. Truenorthlogic’s award-winning system helps districts manage professional growth and learning for educators. By combining these two independently successful organizations, K-12 education will, for the first time, have access to one integrated system that combines professional growth and student assessment tools with powerful analytics capabilities to accelerate student growth” he added.
The comprehensive and integrated Performance Matters Platform focuses on student success by delivering powerful, actionable student and educator growth solutions that make it possible to align student performance and professional growth efforts. From assessment development, delivery and analytics to professional learning management, performance evaluation and observer calibration, Performance Matters uses the insights available from sophisticated data gathering and analysis to provide a comprehensive portfolio of online solutions focused on boosting student performance and building educator capacity.
For information, visit www.performancematters.com