iCampus360° is the latest generation Cloud Portal that connects prospective and current students, faculty and administration with your school using a single database.
Based on WEB 2.0, iCampus360° Portal is a uniquely comprehensive, collaborative and easy to use system, including a robust LMS platform developed at Stanford University.
Providing all necessary functions required for your school’s administration and management reporting, iCampus360° controlling costs by streamlining processes to amplify your recruitment and marketing impact.
iCampus360° empowers you to raise your school’s student registration and retention ratio, expand your online offering and extended education, manage all student data, and generate reports throughout the student’s lifecycle and across all campus functions.
In today’s competitive education landscape where information and applications can reside securely anywhere, iCampus360°’s Cloud Based system is the number one SaaS solution to reduce your operating costs and increase efficiency.
LTP is founded and led by Mr. Reda Athanasios. Mr. Athanasios is the former COO and President of Convene. Convene is the designer of the first LMS, preceding eCollege, BlackBoard, and WebCT, in pioneering eLearning and online education. Mr. Athanasios, cofounded Convene in 1992. He is the former Vice President of Client Services for Dallas based, Affiliated Computer Services, a $10 billion Fortune 500 company that provides business process and technology solutions, systems integration, professional services, and e-commerce. Mr. Athanasios has served on numerous panels and presented at eLearning conferences for organizations such as EDUCAUSE, Syllabus, Converge, EduVenture and numerous investment banking firms.
In addition to contributing to numerous articles, Mr. Athanasios has been quoted in major media outlets including The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Business Week, and Educom Review. Mr. Athanasios is also recognized for his major contribution to the founding of some of the world's largest eLearning programs including The University of Phoenix, EDMC and Sylvan's Online Programs.