Chetu To Exhibit At ISTE 2017 In San Antonio, TX

December 07, 2017 – Chetu is excited to announce that they will be exhibiting at ISTE 2017 in the Alamo City, San Antonio, TX. The conference and tradeshow takes place on June 25th through June 28th at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center on 900 E Market St.

“When it comes to eLearning, ISTE 2017 is the conference to be at for the latest trends and resources in the eLearning industry,” said Tom Beck, National Account Manager for the elearning industry at Chetu.” Our goal is to present Chetu's eLearning software solutions to those looking for a viable alternative to the out-of-the-box solutions on the market that may not meet their business needs.”

ISTE 2017 is your destination for educator-tested strategies and extraordinary resources for transforming learning and teaching. It's also the place to get connected to the brightest minds in ed tech, then network with them all year long. You'll have more than 1,000 opportunities to personalize your learning and create a professional development path that covers what's important to you.

About Chetu, Inc.:
Chetu optimizes development lifecycles by offering dedicated developers with specialized technology and industry expertise. Chetu's award-winning software development solutions span the entire elearning Industry including digital book keeping, document management, LCMS, SIS, LMS, and more. For more information, visit us at: www.chetu.com/e-learning.php

About ISTE:
Extraordinary educators deserve extraordinary professional development. At ISTE 2017, you'll find strategies that work from the brightest minds in ed tech. We've combed through thousands of ideas and picked the best for you. Connect and learn from other innovative educators, thought leaders and education companies at the world's most comprehensive ed tech meeting of the minds.

Media Contact:
Ashley Stagray and/or Seth Burger
pr ( @ ) chetu dot com
954-342-5676

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