Birmingham based C24 Ltd announce their success in the European Cloud Above and Beyond Awards, held in Monaco.
C24 has been announced as the winners of the Cloud Above and Beyond Award at the Data Cloud Awards 2016, held in Monaco in June 2016. In order to win the award, C24 had to demonstrate how they went above and beyond to deliver a cloud service that delivered tangible results for their customer. The award was presented to C24 at an event in Monaco in June 2016.
C24’s entry was for a project delivered at the Arthur Terry Learning Partnership, one of the top academy consortiums in the country comprised of eight schools. The Arthur Terry Learning Partnership (ATLP) has worked with C24 for many years and describe them as a true technology partner for their academy trust.
Following the award winning project, C24 created a case study from which Microsoft followed up with a video case study, filmed on site at ATLP.
The case study highlights staff opinion on their experiences with C24 and working together with Microsoft in order to deliver a better learning experience for students. C24 and the IT team at ATLP worked together to deliver a Microsoft Office 365 solution across the schools, which will provide them with collaboration capabilities in order to better communicate between different schools and enable improved learning experiences.
C24 believes that the ATLP and Microsoft project is a great example of a way in which technology partners can work together to add value to their customers, above and beyond delivering core tech services. By bringing in the support of key partners such as Microsoft and HP, it enables C24 to offer more value and expertise to their customers. This latest award is another example of their commitment to delivering exceptional technology experiences.
David Ricketts, Head of Sales and Marketing at C24 Ltd, a Six Degrees Company, said, “We are delighted to have been chosen for this award – and we are really pleased that it has highlighted the great work that the IT team at Arthur Terry are doing to improve the learning experiences of many children across the Birmingham area.”
Watch the Microsoft and C24 case study video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sb2Vi_wNPUo