Awards and News
NJIT and WebTeam Corporation Join Forces to Develop Tactile-Friendly Learning Devices for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
New Jersey Institute of Technology and WebTeam Corporation, a New Jersey-based IT company, have signed an agreement to collaboratively design and develop a customizable learning device that will help children with autism spectrum disorder master a range of skills-building lessons contained in the device’s embedded educational software.
WebTeam Corporation Recognizes Leaders In The Autism Community For Their Support In Developing Award-Winning Technology For Autism Management
WebTeam Corporation CEO Nish Parikh publicly thanked educators, medical professionals, state leaders and members of the autism community for their collaborative contributions leading to the development and success of WebTeam’s award-winning technology for autism management.
Award-winning special needs educational app developer helps not-for-profit autism service provider meet fundraising goal.
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Verizon Communications Inc. : WebTeam Corporation Awarded $500,000 in Prize Money by Verizon for Innovative Autism Management Technology at 2014 International CES
WebTeam Corporation has been awarded $500,000 in prize money for its innovative autism management technology in Verizon’s Powerful Answers Award contest. Verizon CEO and Chairman Lowell McAdam announced the winners of the year-long contest today at the 2014 International CES.
WebTeam Corporation Awarded $500,000 in Prize Money by Verizon for Innovative Autism Management Technology at 2014 International CES
WebTeam Corporation, with a vision to increase the bandwidth of school districts and special needs service providers to meet the growing demand for autism intervention, along with helping children with ADHD and Asperger’s improve their lives, gets the much-needed funding.
New Jersey-based information technology company announces collaborative initiatives with Eden Autism Services, Dr. Michael Lewis from Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, and New Jersey Institute Of Technology, introducing ANDDS screening app, iAssessNTeach assessment app and iLearnNEarn2 teaching app to help parents and teachers screen, assess and teach individuals affected by autism.
Funded by the Share and Care Foundation, a pilot version of the WebTeam-owned Colors Program was run at Easter Seals New York’s (Easter Seals NY) Project Explore Child Development Center, helping preschoolers with autism spectrum disorders begin their journey toward mainstream education.
WebTeam Corporation Pioneers Entrepreneurship Program for High-Functioning Individuals on the Autism Spectrum
Somerset-based app development company WebTeam Corporation has started a new entrepreneurship program, fueled by the creativity of people living with high-functioning autism to promote financial independence.
WebTeam Corporation has been hard at work converting their autism apps for new platforms. Their newest platform for iLearnNEarn App series, you ask?
Following the phenomenal success of iLearnNEarn – an inclusive package of learning games for children with autism and other special needs – Somerset-based app development company WebTeam Corporation is now poised to launch the next-gen version branded as iLearnNEarn2.
iLearnNEarn, WebTeam Corporation’s flagship educational program for children with autism, has received accolades from the teachers at ECLC of New Jersey for consistently delivering synchronized, holistic and evidence-based intervention using iPads and Touch Screen Kiosk.
Dr Thomas McCool, President and CEO of Eden Autism Services (EAS), has generously extoled WebTeam Corporation (WTC) for developing scalable ways to deliver intervention to individuals with autism spectrum disorders.
It’s a time we observed April as Autism Independence Month instead of Autism Awareness Month, say the people at Somerset-based autism app development firm WebTeam Corporation (WTC).
Robert Titus, New Jersey Autism Public Policy Expert and Eden Autism Services Parent, speaking at New Jersey State House about Autism Spectrum Disorder.
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Founded in 1995 by Nish Parikh, WebTeam Corporation is a technology based company with an expertise of devleoping highly integrated products to address specific educational and business functions and %u201Cpain points%u201D like intervention management, learning management, content management, document management, workflow automation and ERP solutions.
The iLearnNEarn Series of web-based, iOS and Android apps for autism scripted a rags-to-riches tale in 2012, achieving a whopping 102,801 session counts by December 31. The journey of these apps had a humble beginning in January last year, when WebTeam Corporation launched the first installment of what would later swell up to 157 apps on iTunes and Google Play.
WebTeam Corporation, Rangam Consultants and Shanesh COLORS Program for Autism received Commendations
Shanesh COLORS Academy and iLearnNEarn (iLNE – Lite) App series for Autism by WebTeam Corporation and Rangam Consultants, Inc. received commendations and proclamations from the Gov. Christie on Their great work done to serve Autism Community.
Innovative technology meets young talents from New Jersey to create opportunities for learning and development in applied education.
WebTeam Corp. has been awarded $500,000 in prize money for its innovative autism management technology in Verizon’s Powerful Answers Award contest. Verizon CEO and Chairman Lowell McAdam announced the winners of the yearlong contest at the 2014 International CES.
The number of sessions played, which grew steadily until November, experienced a remarkably steep spike the following month, registering 30,991 counts. With 30,453 sessions, the Christmas week alone broke all previous records in terms of most downloads in a short span of seven days.
Shanesh Colors Program is an innovative way to deliver extended evidence-based intervention using evidence based method of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). This intervention program is specially designed for individuals with autism spectrum disorder.