Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Dutch Schools Use Web 2.0 to Improve Graduation Rates for 200,000 Students

One clear indicator of the state of the Enterprise Web 2.0 market is the dearth of real case studies. ActiveGrid's partner, Eljakim IT just increased the number of meaty Enterprise 2.0 success stories by 1.

Social Computing Magazine just picked up a case study on an ActiveGrid customer who used ActiveGrid to build Web 2.0 attendance system. To read the Social computing article, click here or if you want to Digg this, click here

The system is tracking 200,000 students and is used by 500 school administrators and social workers. The application itself contains over 300 web pages. The full case study is here.

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