Idaho Falls, ID, December 12, 2013—Governet is pleased to announce that several new hires will join its tech development team to accommodate a growing client base and expansion of its award-winning curriculum management program, CurricUNET Meta.
Daniel Hokanson joins Governet as a Senior Software Engineer after freelancing as a programmer and developer in both public and private sectors for nearly a decade. Relocating from Orem, Utah to serve as the Senior SQL Database Developer, Dewey Jones has more than a decade of high-tech development jobs with Ancestry.com, MyFamily.com and Noevest, Inc. Sean McDaniels joined Governet as Network Administrator, and will be maintaining current Governet server infrastructure as well as assisting to build and expand future projects.
“Thanks to our immensely talented tech team, we have completely re-designed CurricUNET and at the same time begun development on new transformational products that consistently outpace modern trends in higher education. As our offerings grow, so does our need for outstanding technology experts,” said Steve Thyberg, Vice President of Strategic Services at Governet.
The new hires will fill specific functions that enhance Governet’s capacity to both develop the new product lines and accommodate the new client installations and the concurrent increase in data residing in the Worldwide Curriculum Network.
“Daniel, Dewey and Shawn each have unique expertise that will enable us to keep pace with demands of a rapidly growing client base as well as fulfill our own ambitious development objectives,” Thyberg said.
About Governet and CurricUNET:
Governet is a leading provider of innovative Web-based solutions for higher education institutions. These solutions address local campus, statewide system, and international collaborative network issues in curriculum development, management and accreditation. Governet’s core application is CurricUNET, the award-winning curriculum management system designed to streamline curriculum processes from planning to articulation by improving workflow efficiency, reporting and approval processes and institutional connectivity. Currently serving more than 550 colleges and universities, including several state-wide systems throughout the U.S., Canada and the United Arab Emirates, CurricUNET was adopted by California’s ground-breaking ASSIST, which connects and facilitates articulation between all of the state’s higher education systems. CurricUNET provides its users access to more than 600,000 course outlines and 47,000 program and degree programs. Via this transformational database, Governet is guiding the development of best practices standards for curriculum and creating what is rapidly becoming the Worldwide Curriculum Network. For more information about Governet and CurricUNET, please visit www.governet.net.
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