QuickStart Secures $10 Million to Grow Outcomes-Based Tuition Finance Program and Increase Access to Technology Education
QuickStart Learning, Inc., an IT skills workforce readiness and certification training provider, announced a close of $10 Million in growth financing to expand its Income Share Agreement program. The capital will allow QuickStart to scale access to its Web Development, Data Science, Data Analysis, Cybersecurity, and Cloud Computing bootcamp and certification programs by helping individuals achieve their professional potential through an outcomes-aligned form of education finance.
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“Demonstrating a clear return on investment differentiates QuickStart from competitors in the space. Income Share Agreements provide a definitive indicator of a high-ROI educational program, while increasing access to that program simultaneously,” said Ed Sattar, QuickStart’s CEO.
QuickStart has partnered with Leif, the market’s full-service Income Share Agreement Management Platform, to launch and manage the program. “Leif provided the technology and expertise to quickly launch our ISA program, allowing us to focus on maintaining our high-quality learning experience. We look forward to growing this partnership in the future.”
About QuickStart: QuickStart is an Austin based IT workforce readiness platform using AI and adaptive learning to meet career and IT goals and objectives. QuickStart is a Cisco, NetApp, ITIL, CompTIA, EC Council and Microsoft gold business partner. The organization uses its proprietary learning methodology and workforce readiness platform (CLIPP) to transform IT teams.