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Accudemia Receives Readers’ Choice Top Product Award

We are glad to announce that Accudemia has received the Readers’ Choice Top Product Award.

Accudemia has been selected as the University Business 2013 Readers’ Choice Top Product. AccuTrack and AccuSQL, two of Engineerica’s other products, received an honorable mention.  Other award winners for 2013 include products by Apple, Amazon, Adobe, and Cisco.

The award is based on nominations from campus leaders from across the US. Winners are selected based on both the quantity of nominations and the quality of testimonials describing how these products are used to astreamline operations and enhance student’s experience. UB included this sample nomination for Accudemia:

“Accudemia has helped streamline our tutoring services. We are more efficient as a result of using this product and have had great success with their tech support. Accudemia also allows us to track data and statistics on our usage in a very user friendly way and without any delay.”       — Zoraya Betancourt, Assistant Director, University of South Florida

Read the full press release: http://www.engineerica.com/press-release/Accudemia-Top-Product

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