|Headquarters||White Plains, New York|
|Reuben Kerben, Andrei Volgin|
|Products||Spiral school management platform|
Spiral Universe provides a software platform for student information, learning management, and distance learning applications. The company is based in White Plains, New York. The flagship product is called Spiral, a rich Internet application available under the software as a service model. Features include course management, gradebook, attendance tracking, student records, reporting, report cards and transcripts, student portal, parents portal, and scheduling.
The first generation of Spiral ran on Linux, PostgreSQL, Java, Spring Framework, Tomcat, and Ext/Google Web Toolkit (GXT). The software is compatible with the Schools Interoperability Framework (SIF). JasperSoft is used as a tool for reporting.
In 2014 Spiral Universe has been acquired by STI.
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- Spiral Universe - Technology
- STI Acquires 3 Companies, Raises $3M edSurge, July 1, 2014