Deep Experience with Educational Technology Key to Continuing Courseload’s Growth
INDIANAPOLIS, March 18, 2014—Courseload, an institutional solution for the delivery and use of eTextbooks and digital course materials in higher education, is pleased to welcome Joseph Costanzo as its Senior Vice President of Sales.
Costanzo was an early pioneer in learning technology as a member of the founding management team of Eduprise, which offered enterprise eLearning solutions for education providers. In addition, Costanzo’s experience extends throughout the education and technology sectors. He most recently held high-level positions with leading educational technology companies such as eChalk and TetraData Corporation, where he recruited top-level sales talent and grew company revenue through strategic business development efforts.
“I am thrilled that Joe has chosen to join the Courseload team,” said Mickey Levitan, Courseload CEO. “His impressive track record of building and leading high-performing sales teams in the educational technology space and his shared vision for Courseload as a leading innovator in the transition to digital course materials make him an immediate asset to the team. ”
At Courseload, Costanzo will have oversight of the strategic direction, expansion and operation of the sales organization; be responsible for developing and implementing a sales strategy to generate revenue and; develop and maintain key partnerships to help expand Courseload's reach in higher education.
“I am honored to join an impassioned team focused on positively impacting both affordability and learning outcomes in higher education,” said Costanzo. “I absolutely believe that the Courseload vision for the future of higher education—one of a transition to digital that provides tangible benefits to students, faculty and administrators—is the right one and I’m excited to do my part in furthering the mission.”
Costanzo joins a Courseload team that was recently recognized by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce as one of the “Best Places to Work in Indiana” for a third consecutive year.