The Midwestern Higher Education Compact (MHEC) has signed a 41-state pricing agreement with Corel offering significant discounts on creative software to MHEC public and private not-for-profit institutions, K-12 districts and schools, city, states, and local governments within the member states. Effective immediately, the contract also includes the Compact’s sister regions in the Southeast – the Southern Regional Education Board and the West- the
“This was a high priority for our Technologies Committee,” explained MHEC President
The agreement was as a result of a Request for Proposal conducted by MHEC for creative software in the design, print, media and web category. “As a member of this RFP committee, we took a very serious look at the job of evaluating the functionality of design software and focused on meeting campus faculty and administrative needs,” explained
“We are eager to share with our member states this new solution,” added Isaak. “We believe Corel’s wide range of creative software tools and affordable prices will be welcomed at our institutions.” Additional information on the Corel contract is available on MHEC’s e-commerce site where all technology programs and services are housed. Please see http://www.mhectech.org.
The Midwestern Higher Education Compact saves members time and money with technology, insurance, and tuition savings. Headquartered in
Corel is one of the world's top software companies providing some of the industry’s best-known graphics, productivity and digital media products. Boasting the most comprehensive portfolio of innovative software, we've built a reputation for delivering solutions that are easy to learn and use, helping people achieve new levels of creativity and productivity. The industry has responded with hundreds of awards for innovation, design and value.
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