Learning Machines, an education software and services company, has won a contract to develop a management solution for textbooks and other instruction resources at Guilford County Schools.

The district, which has nearly 66,000 students in 107 schools, manages a textbook inventory valued at $25 million and annual expenditures of $5 million.

The RTP-based software firm will replicate a legacy application in a web-based format. Learning Machines plans to offer the solution to other districts in the future.

Learning Machines: www.learningmachines.com