Sign up

Have some pie!

IALC signs partnership with Edvisor

The International Association of Language Centres has signed a partnership with technology provider Edvisor to help streamline data sharing between schools and agents.

The Edvisor platform will help IALC's 140 centres worldwide to keep agents updated with their products, prices and promotions. Photo: IALC

The Edvisor platform will help IALC’s 140 centres worldwide to keep agents updated with their products, prices and promotions. Agents will also be able to quickly generate quotes for potential students.

Nicolas Miller, CEO at Edvisor, a tech company based in Vancouver, Canada,  welcomed the partnership.

“The partnership will make international education more accessible to students everywhere”

“[The partnership will] further our shared vision to streamline collaboration and make international education more accessible to students everywhere.”

Vice president of marketing at IALC, Robin Adams, also hopes efficiency at the business will improve and simplify the booking process.

“IALC has explored a number of different technical solutions that can be easily implemented by agents globally… we believe [Edvisor] to be the best B2B booking platform at this time. We look forward to making the platform available on the site.”

According to IALC, current solutions to make quote creation easier, rely on manual third-party data input and are only available to agencies.

Schools will have more control over their brand than before with the new partnership due to the real-time connections between both parties that the platform provides.

Giorgia Biccelli, president of IALC, said she expects the partnership to boost business opportunites.

“This cooperation sets IALC at the forefront of innovation in the language travel industry. Edvisor’s cutting edge technology applied to B2B online services will be of great benefit to IALC members and agents, increasing synergies and business opportunities”

IALC announced a partnership with Japanese agency association, JAOS, to assist Japanese nationals to communicate with visitors earlier this month.

Related articles

Still looking? Find by category:

Add your comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Disclaimer: All user contributions posted on this site are those of the user ONLY and NOT those of The PIE Ltd or its associated trademarks, websites and services. The PIE Ltd does not necessarily endorse, support, sanction, encourage, verify or agree with any comments, opinions or statements or other content provided by users.

To receive The PIE Weekly with our top stories and insights, and other updates from us, please