Virtual Educational Resources Network (Vernet, Inc.) - Caguas
Virtual Educational Resources Network (Vernet, Inc.) was incorporated on October 8, 1999 under the laws of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Vernet is a company specialized in the research and development of interactive educational programs for for elementary, middle and high schools following rigorous requirements of the Department of Education. Since then, Vernet has expanded its products and services. Vernet has more than 20 programs created by professionals in Puerto Rico and is also the exclusive local distributor for the popular programs Destination Reading, Destino Matemáticas and Destino Lectura. Each program meets the needs of the educational community and takes advantage of current technology. These programs have received several awards for their high-quality content and innovation.
In addition, Vernet has been authorized by the Department of Education of Puerto Rico to provide Supplementary Educational Services (tutorials). Vernet also has a professional development division for the educational community.
Its internet page www.salonhogar.com has been awarded by the American Library Association as Great Web Sites For Kids (GWS). The sites chosen are considered the best worldwide for children from early age up to 14 years and they are excellent in content and in its concept. GWS is used by librarians and teachers in the United States as a guide for their students.
The vision of Vernet is to become the leader of the spanish-speaking world in the research, development and marketing of the most innovative interactive educational products and services of the Information Age. Vernet exports services to Guatemala, El Salvador, Panamá, República Dominicana and Ecuador.
"The promotion and marketing of our services with the help of the Marketing Incentive Program made the difference in the growth of the corporation. We have experienced growth even in times where the economy has been affected because growth depends on investment in promotion." Manuel Figueroa, President of Virtual Educational Resources Network.