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Unicon Announces Services and Support for Apereo EQUELLA

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Technology Consulting, Services, and Technical Support for Award-Winning Open Source Digital Repository

Gilbert, AZ – October 26, 2017— Unicon, Inc., a leading provider of technology consulting, services, and support for the education industry, today announced services and support for Apereo EQUELLA, an award-winning open source digital repository for housing teaching/learning, research, media, and library content in one platform. Unicon’s services for EQUELLA include Discovery, Deployment and Configuration, Consulting, Customization, Integration, Upgrades, Hosting, and Technical Support via Unicon’s Open Source Support program. Developed specifically for educational institutions over the last 15 years, EQUELLA is currently in use in a wide range of schools, universities, colleges, departments of education, government agencies, and corporations worldwide.

“Unicon is pleased to offer services for Apereo EQUELLA, to support both existing EQUELLA clients and new implementations,” said John C. Blakley, CEO, Unicon, Inc. “The contribution of EQUELLA as open source software allows for the sustainable development of new capabilities and enhancements to current features via Unicon’s subscriber-driven Open Source Support program.”

EQUELLA was recently contributed to the Apereo Foundation’s incubation process as open source software. As one of the original Apereo Commercial Affiliates, Unicon provides services and support for a number of Apereo projects, including Central Authentication Service (CAS), EQUELLA, Sakai, uPortal, and several open learning analytics projects.

Find out more about Unicon’s services for EQUELLA by visiting www.unicon.net/opensource/equella. For further information on EQUELLA, please visit www.apereo.org/projects/equella and www.apereo.org/projects/equella/equella-becomes-open-source-software-what-you-need-know

About Apereo 
The Apereo Foundation exists to help educational institutions collaborate to develop, use and sustain open source software for learning, teaching and research. It is a membership organization, with members on four continents. Membership ranges from community colleges to major research-intensive institutions. Apereo currently supports nineteen software solutions, which are listed at www.apereo.org. The Apereo Foundation is a non-profit corporation registered in New Jersey.

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