observe4success, leading provider of classroom observation and walkthrough software is pleased to announce the addition of Erin Antonius to its executive leadership team.
Building on its commitment to innovation and user-experience, observe4success is thrilled to gain Antonius' deep knowledge of the educational technology marketplace as well as her creative spirit.
Antonius, formerly of Sherston America and Inspiration Software, joined the team as its Director of Sales and Product Strategy, brining with her over 15 years of experience in the education market. In her role, Antonius will spearhead sales and marketing strategy and growth while also putting her experience in product development to good use.
After starting her career in advertising, Antonius quickly realized her professional home was in education. She moved in to the field in 1999, joining the Inspiration Software team where her talent was immediately recognized.
During her tenure at Inspiration Software, she played an active role in a number of business areas including territory management, staff and end-user training, branding, channel support, and international development. After leaving Inspiration in 2009, Antonius spent the subsequent three years as a Director for Sherston America before joining the observe4success team in September 2012.
Vice President, Abby Sterensis states, "Erin has been a fantastic addition to our leadership team. Since joining us, she has been instrumental in building the observe4success brand, bringing her unique combination of market experience and outside of the box thinking to push observe4success into the forefront." She adds, "We are confident that Erin will continue to be a driving force behind the success of observe4success for years to come"!
Considered one of the best classroom walkthrough software packages available today for its robust, but simplified process, observe4success brings together the benefits of technology, research-based content, fully customizable observation forms, and graphic reports. This offers educators and administrators the clearest means of supporting and improving the teaching process and classroom culture.