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navigate through our case studies.
With a myriad of technology manufacturers and suppliers to
deal with, City of Bristol College was keen to streamline its
supply chain and standardise its estate of Audio Visual (AV)
equipment and devices.
This vision is aligned to the NHS England guidance which
provides the Acute sector with practical support to go beyond
"paper-light", i.e. use of hardly any paper, and move towards
achieving a fully intergrated digital care record across all
In 2011, European Electronique, a provider of ICT solutions
to academies and free schools, was awarded a five-year contract
to design, implement and manage the ICT requirements at the West
London Free School in Hammersmith.
The Council’s tendering process identified three example
school locations and invited potential providers to submit
offers on the basis of providing site wide coverage, with
capacity for up to 30 students per...
European Electronique were awarded the project for the
complete design and implementation of the entire IT
infrastructure of UTC Reading, an exciting new University
Technical College which opened in September 2013, delivering
computer science and engineering excellence for 14-19 year olds.
The Trust was seeking to appoint a provider to become their
strategic ICT partner to supply and support technology and
shared services across the entire Trust. The Trust recognised
that as it grew they were in effect duplicating certain services
in every school and that there were significant operational
Learning Schools Trust, a non-profit, charitable organisation
operates the Kunskapsskolan sponsored academies in England
European Electronique won a City of Bristol College contract
for the IT infrastructure of the South Bristol Skills Academy to
streamline the network of technology suppliers as well as
offering a standardised solution for a multi-campus college.
Following a competitive tender, European Electronique
designed, supplied and commisioned an Enterprise WLAN solution
that would offer a full internal wireless coverage for staff and
After acquiring a 116 hectare site, European Electronique
were awarded the contract to install a high performance and
resilient IT infrastructure for the new academic and residential
buildings that were to be built.
European Electronique recently partnered with Samsung, Google
and BT to provide a cost effective ICT solution that supported
learners to access learning from anywhere across the five
academies that make up IPACA (Isle of Portland Aldridge
Holland Park School in Kensington, London awarded a £1
million ICT contract in March 2012 to European Electronique.
Holland Park School is a purpose built secondary school in the
Holland Park Conservation Area.
Longfield Academy, together with The Leigh Technology
Academy, Wilmington Academy, Milestone Academy, and York Road
Academy, is part of the Leigh Academies Trust. All Academies are
based in Dartford, Kent and share one governing body, led by a
Chief Executive Officer based at the Trust offices.
The Woodard Academies Trust has appointed European
Electronique to bring the latest in ICT solutions that enable
individual learning and development through the power of
technology. The work is underway on the Sir Robert Woodard
Academy which is located in West Sussex.
European Electronique has been appointed a provider in
bringing the very latest in ICT solutions to a new, state of the
art centre for Gloucester’s Language Immersion Centre (“GLIC”)
with the value of £1.5m. The facility enables individual
learning and development through the power of technology and
will aid in the teaching of students in rare languages by
“immersing” them as if they were in a foreign country.
Sandwell College in the West Midlands is building a new,
high-tech campus under the Government capital programme for
further education. European Electronique was successful in its
bid to become the Information Computer Technology Partner to
advise and assist Sandwell College in creating an enhanced
teaching and learning environment for the community.
The Crescent Purchasing Consortium (“CPC”) has appointed
European Electronique as a provider on the recently announced
Desktop Hardware and Peripherals framework. This latest
framework will run for a period of two years from April 2011
until April 2013.
Following an extensive tendering process, European
Electronique Limited is delighted to announce that the company
has succeeded with its bid to be included on the new Becta ICT
Services Framework for both Lot 1 and 2.
The New Line Learning Academies Cornwallis and New Line
Learning in Kent have appointed European Electronique, leaders
in ICT solutions for academies, to create a radically new
learning environment that will transform the learning spaces of
European Electronique is pleased to announce that the
company, for the second time running, succeeded with their bid
to be included on the Buying Solutions’ “Commoditised IT
Hardware and Software” Framework. There are only 9 suppliers
that are approved on both lots, Lot 1 – Desktop Hardware and Lot
2 – IT Infrastructure and European Electronique is one of them.
In spring 2010 East Sussex County Council selected European
Electronique, a leading technology company, as their ICT partner
for their pioneering new school build that will transform the
classroom of today. Bexhill High
Suffolk One has appointed European Electronique, a leading
technology company specialising in ICT solutions for education,
to create a new 21st century learning environment for students’
age16-19 in South West Ipswich and South Suffolk.
Kings Norton High School chose a Meru Networks wireless
solution to help them achieve their ambition of bringing the
whole world into their classrooms at the touch of a button.
Kings Norton High School, is a fast-improving, forward thinking
11-16 mixed comprehensive school with approximately 440 pupils
on role. The school predominantly serves three large estates
that, while situated on the edge of Birmingham, face many of the
challenges presented by inner city areas.
Three of the Oasis Academies are now fully open offering
seamless transition into the EE/OCL Managed Service Contract.
David Watson, ICT Director of Oasis Community Learning,
appraised the solution as follows, "These first three academies
have been a real achievement. We have been very impressed by the
attitude and commitment of the whole European Electronique team
during this period. It has felt like a real partnership and not
a traditional customer / supplier arrangement. I am excited by
the future and confident that we have the right people to make
it an ongoing success".
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