Ambitious VAR acs office solutions is keen to push further into the education market with an offering it has developed to combat the growing problem of bullying in UK schools.
The Northampton-based firm is showcasing the digital recording system, which it has already implemented at a number of local schools, at an England U21 rugby match next month held at Franklins Gardens, home of the Guiness Premiership’s Northampton Saints rugby team.
The offering from acs uses Hewlett-Packard infrastructure and technology from a number of suppliers including Classwatch, which provides a real-time digital recording system that is installed in classrooms, and Quest Archiving Solutions.
Dan Harding, IT sales manager at acs, said: “At the moment this is just a regional seminar to show the technology, but we have brought the concept to the table and would want to expand it nationally if it proves popular.”
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