Agilix Enrolls With Greenough

BOSTON Independent Greenough Communications here said it has been hired by Agilix Labs, an Orem, Utah-based provider of educational software.

On tap is the launch of BrainHoney, a user-generated, collaborative-learning network that creates an open community in which participants worldwide can meet and share ideas.

The agency will help promote the company’s GoCourse-hosted e-learning platform designed for performance-focused schools that are committed to enhancing student achievement and improving teacher effectiveness.

Agilix tapped Greenough based on its technology experience as well as its ability to “tell compelling business stories,” said Curt Allen, client president and CEO of Agilix.

Phil Greenough, agency president, said, “Bringing the Agilix story to life will be instrumental in demonstrating the educational benefits that are possible when the right technology is put in the hands of the right educators.”

Various public relations and promotional efforts are planned.

Greenough in March added Cynosure and Hydroid to its client roster. The former provides physicians with treatment systems for hair removal and skin rejuvenation. The latter develops underwater robotics technology used in the public and commercial sectors.