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Multi Academy Trusts

Consultancy, planning and working in partnership to support your long term plans. These are services that Multi Academy Trusts need – over and above just the supply of technology.

The video above captures how this Trust views us not as a supplier, but as an extension of their internal team.

Multi Academy Trusts are experiencing enormous pressures from every angle; government policy, funding, teaching standards, attendance, behaviour, growth and more. It’s easy, and perfectly understandable, for the complexities of effective technology procurement to slip down the priority list.

We work with Multi Academy Trusts throughout the UK at every stage of their evolution. From those with slick and efficient centralised ICT management to those who haven’t yet explored the benefits this approach brings. We provide bespoke Trust-wide technology audits to support ICT Development Planning, speak with Network Managers on upgrading their Android boxes and everything in between.

The most important thing to consider is that we understand Multi Academy Trusts. We know you’re all unique, have unique circumstances and unique priorities. Which is why instead of delivering of a pallet of technology to your door and leaving you to it, we deliver service and support that helps you win over your challenges and succeed.

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