Hatem Sallam, CEO, ITWORX Education, and Phil Sorgen, Corporate VP, Worldwide Partner Group, Microsoft Corp.

ITWorx Education, a global Egyptian-born educational software solution provider, recently won the prestigious 2014 Worldwide Public Sector Partner of the Year for Education Award from Microsoft.  The award is testament to ITWorx Education’s powerful impact in transforming education, and acknowledges its commitment to provide cutting edge e-learning solutions in Egypt and beyond.

Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, recognized ITWorx Education in his recent speech at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Washington DC and said: “If you want to have impact in society, education is the place because you really change the outcomes of life.  ITWorx Education has built this connected gateway solution which is getting deployed in many parts of the Middle East and is changing how content is delivered and, more importantly, how the effectiveness is measured.  That means you are changing outcomes.”

ITWorx Education’s flagship K-12 e-learning platform, the Connected Learning Gateway (CLG), is a social learning management system that is designed to enhance the teaching process for teachers, make learning fun and insightful for K-12 students, and facilitate communication and collaboration between students, school administrators, teachers and parents.

Hatem Sallam, CEO, ITWorx Education, said: “We are pleased to receive this worldwide recognition by Microsoft, as it highlights our dedication and expertise in education solutions globally.  The fact that we are a Microsoft partner has definitely helped us to expand our business in Egypt.  The Middle East is making big leaps in adopting e-learning in schools, and this award further strengthens our commitment to the region to support this transition.”