European Electronique lands £15m of higher-education business

Doug Woodburn
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Oxfordshire-based HPE Platinum partner snares deals with succession of universities including University of Edinburgh, UCL and University of Newcastle

European Electronique says it has landed over £15m of business with universities and colleges this year. Facing declining budgets in its core schools market, the Oxfordshire-based HPE Aruba and ...

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