Founded in 1979 by and for Educators, Whalley Computer Associates focuses on lowering our customer’s costs, increasing their efficiency, enhancing the educational environment by improving student performance through technology products.
Trox is the nation’s leading end-to-end education technology solution provider and serves more than 27 million students across North America each year. The company brings the EdTech Ecosystem to its customers – giving them access to an unmatched selection of products and services. With consultative sales specialists across all 50 states and Canada. Trox helps customers simplify purchasing, deployment, and lifecycle management of complex solutions and offers industry-leading warranties and customer support.
As a Hewlett Packard Enterprise and HP Gold Partner, HUB Tech is your strategic partner for end-to-end IT solutions including Security, Digital Transformation, Technology & Asset Management, and End-user Computing & Mobility. Led by our highly skilled management team and staffed by a certified and trained sales and technical team, we partner with our clients to ensure you have a strategy to transform your Information infrastructure to keep up with the needs of your organization and your users. We are a MA state-approved ITC47 state contractor for information technology products and professional services, an ITT50 Converged Voice and Data contractor and an OFF40 contractor for audio, video, based in South Easton, Massachusetts.
The Massachusetts Educational Technology Administrators Association (METAA) invites corporate partners to help promote the goals of our organization. METAA is a 501(c) 3. There are four levels of the Corporate Partners Program. METAA provides increasingly valuable services at each level.
Building relations with Corporate Partners is an important aspect of our work. Partners support the work of METAA. In addition, we work with them to advocate for a better understanding of the needs of the educational community.
Successful engagement with our partners will help us to:
Promote a mutual sharing of emerging trends in education and technology;
Represent the best interests of educators;
Understand their products and services well enough to help our colleagues review their options and ask good questions; and
Influence vendors in ways that benefit the educational community.