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This is a hard question to answer because G Suite and Aladdin are as different as lemons and oranges. However, like lemons and oranges share many traits, Aladdin and G Suite also have a number of things in common.
G Suite for Education made by Google is a suite of apps such as a Word Processor, Spreadsheet, Presentation, Form Builder, Email, and so on. Aladdin is a Student Management Information System.
However, Aladdin is built on Google’s own platform so Aladdin can link with a school’s G Suite account if they wish. This allows the administrator to set up an email address at the school’s domain and it will also be automatically created in the domain, giving it a G Suite (Google) account.
Aladdin does have its own document suite, which is very good for internal documents. However, they can’t be shared publically, unlike G Suite, which allows for both.
If I was deciding, I would have both because they are both extremely powerful tools that serve two totally different purposes.
Last Update: March 28, 2018