It recognised that advances in software are bringing education to life for children, while slashing the time their teachers are spending on burdensome administrative tasks. Its goal, it said, is to help all schools, colleges and universities take advantage of these opportunities.
As an authorised Microsoft Education Indirect Provider and AEP Gold Partner, we agree with the transformative power of technology in education. It can be used to improve the learning experience for students, enable greater collaboration and communication between pupils, parents and teachers, and deliver greater cost savings through the cloud.
We also understand the revenue opportunities available to you as a Vuzion partner serving the education space.
Microsoft is spearheading the use of pioneering technologies in education, and that is why we are delighted to once again attend the Global Education Partner Summit (GEPS) in Seattle, Washington between February 11-14.
Ian Hill, Vuzion’s Channel Education Business Manager, will be attending GEPS, along with Head of Marketing, Mark Terry. Both Ian and Mark are looking forward to meeting both existing and new education partners that want to take Microsoft CSP (Cloud Solution Provider) offerings out to their customers.
“There is a huge opportunity for Vuzion partners to provide their customers with a modern suite of solutions that can transform the learning experience of students, reduce the admin burden on staff and help maximise often stretched resources,” says Ian.
“GEPS is a fantastic opportunity to discover how you can add a valuable new revenue stream to your cloud business or understand what additional value you can bring your education customers.”
If you would like to arrange to meet with Ian and Mark at GEPS or discuss the opportunities for partners around Microsoft in education, get in touch!