Systems Technology are delighted to announce that we will be sharing a stand with sponsors Class Technology at the annual Independent Schools Bursars Associations conference (ISBA) 2018. Taking place at the Brighton Centre on Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th May, Systems Technology will be exhibiting at Stand 90 and we look forward to meeting with independent bursars, education professionals and fellow exhibitors over the two day event.
Meet delegates from over 200 schools and 140 exhibitors to discuss present and future opportunities and challenges within education. With over 400 bursars in attendance, ISBA is known as the biggest event in the independent schooling calendar. Attendees will partake in talks throughout the day including ‘A changing educational landscape – where are we going?’ and ‘Disruptive technologies – a good or bad thing for schools?’.
With over 25 years heritage and expertise in education here at Systems Technology, we understand the key issues faced by the sector today – from improving the quality of independent education and increasing learning mobility for students, to optimising processes to control and minimise school expenditure.
Following our recent success with Kent College (see the case study below), we will be highlighting and discussing the latest topics within independent education at ISBA:
- Information sharing
- Student case fulfilment
- Data management and compliance
- Internal and external communications
- Cost and energy management
- Finance and procurement management
- Central print and personalisation
- Future technologies
Network with other members and join the conversation at ISBA 2018! We’ll be on hand with Class Technology Solutions to discuss how Systems Technology can help you navigate the changing educational landscape at Stand 90.
You can find further information on the annual ISBA conference on the official ISBA website.
Kent College Case Study
Systems Technology recently worked with Kent College to do just that. A leading independent school for girls since 1886, Kent College had a fleet of 85 desktop printers distributed throughout 24 school buildings across a seven acre site – resulting in admin overload, slow manufacturer warranty response and 50% of IT support time wasted on printer issues and maintenance.
Choosing Systems Technology’s Managed Print Service, 85 printers were replaced with just 22 multifunctional printers from Canon’s imageRUNNER range. Systems Technology also introduced PaperCut Secure Print Release, which tracks user activity including scanning, printing and document management; providing an audit trail for compliance with the GDPR.
This resulted in a huge estimated first year saving of £37,000 in printing and hardware as a result of the Managed Print Service from Systems Technology – alongside 19,000 pages in the first six months of use, which would have otherwise gone to waste.