Brecht’s Database Solutions is now Embrace Software for Educators
The former Brecht’s Database Solutions, based in Highland, has rebranded to better reflect its efforts to provide educators with effective, easy-to-use IEP software.
Brecht’s has changed its name to “Embrace Software for Educators.” The core software programs will also be rebranded with the Embrace name.
The name change also better reflects Embrace’s desire to provide effective and time-saving software for educators, so they can spend less time on paperwork.
Brecht’s Database Solutions is on the third floor of the U.S. Bank building on the corner of Broadway and Washington.
Individual Educational Plans are written strategies for students with identified disabilities. IEPs vary in format and design from school district to school district, due to local interpretations of the legal mandates that govern them. These plans can be very difficult to complete, especially with multiple students, and teachers often need help to effectively implement them in their classrooms.
“After careful consideration and lots of conversations with our customers, we landed on the name “Embrace” because it reflects the passion we share to help teachers spend more time in the classroom and achieve the best possible outcomes for their students,” says Gus Brecht, president.
Brecht’s Database Solutions has been in business since 1999.