What do cheetahs and T-Base have in common?
The cheetah shattered the world record in 2012 for the standing 100-meter dash and like the reputation of the cheetah, T-Base’s FASTtrack is known for being fast in the production of braille textbooks.
In fact, T-Base FASTtrack is the fastest in the industry. According to the American Foundation for the Blind, “Converting printed textbooks into braille is a complex process that takes about four to nine months.” T-Base FASTtrack cuts the wait time in half at least and in some cases makes the process significantly faster than that.
That’s why we chose the cheetah to represent our latest software innovation that helps gets braille textbooks in the hands of students 2x faster. You can learn more about FASTtrack and its benefit to educational institutions and their students on our website.
T-Base FASTtrack and cheetahs at CSUN
T-Base is thrilled, once again, to take part in the 32nd CSUN Conference taking place February 27 to March 4, 2017, in sunny San Diego. Not only will we be giving out delicious goodies at our cheetah-inspired booth, but we’ll be offering a ‘Try before you buy’ offer on VIP membership to FASTtrack. No commitment - just great service, fast turnaround and quality work.
Did you know the cheetah is facing extinction?
According to the Cheetah Conservation Fund, the world’s leading organization dedicated to saving the cheetah in the wild, there’s a serious extinction problem facing the cheetah.
Source: National Geographic
QUICK FACT: there are only an estimated 7,100 cheetahs in the wild today compared to 400,000 African elephants.
T-Base FASTtrack is also supporting cheetah preservation at CSUN.
Visitors to our booth will have the opportunity to have $1 donated by T-Base on their behalf to the Cheetah Conservation Fund.
3 Must-do's at CSUN
If you’re planning to attend CSUN this year, stop by the T-Base booth and do these three things:
- learn about FASTtrackVIP membership to get our exclusive offer;
- help #SaveTheCheetah;
- be sure to follow us on Twitter at @tbaseedu for updates
See you at CSUN!