HP Wins Deal to Support Early Childhood Education System in Florida; Dennis Stolkey Comments

HP Enterprise Services inked a $20 million contract with the Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation to create and oversee the Early Learning Information System (ELIS) for the enhancement of the state’s early learning programs.

According to the firm, “ELIS is a consolidated information system that manages the early learning programs used by 300, 000 Florida families whose children attend the Voluntary Prekindergarten Education and School Readiness programs.”

For HP the deal is a valuable opportunity to continue a long-standing relationship with the state.

“We look forward to assisting Florida with development of ELIS to enable the state to gain operational efficiencies while providing quality, inclusive early learning opportunities for children from birth through age five, ” said Dennis Stolkey, senior vice president, U.S. Public Sector, HP Enterprise Services. “HP is proud to extend our 19-year relationship with the State’s Agency for Workforce Innovation by delivering best-in-class technical, functional and management expertise.”

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