Servelec HSC is pleased to announce it has been awarded the contract, by the Royal Borough of Greenwich, to deliver a Servelec hosted Education Management information system with the provision of Servelec’s education management solution, Synergy.
The Children and Young People Plan, developed by the Royal Borough of Greenwich, sets out its priorities and ambitions to ensure that every child living in Royal Greenwich can take full advantage of the opportunities available. These include engaging successfully in education, developing skills for employment and choosing healthy lifestyles with support from loving families, positive peer networks and good schools.
To support the Council’s vision and service delivery of the plan, Servelec’s education and early years management solution - Synergy, will be in daily use by staff across Children’s Services and will act as the main education database. The system will have a data core linking to modules used by School Admissions, special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), Educational Psychology, Attendance & Behaviour Service and other services to schools.
Alan Stubbs, Chief Executive Officer of Servelec HSC said,
“Servelec HSC is delighted to be awarded the contract by the Royal Borough of Greenwich to deliver its Education Management information system to be hosted on Servelec’s fully managed hosting platform.
“Our Synergy system is a leader in its field and is the system of choice in London with over 50% of London local authorities now using Synergy for school admissions. We look forward to working with the Royal Borough of Greenwich on the delivery of the Synergy solution and supporting the Council’s ambitions.”
The Royal Borough of Greenwich is the tenth local authority customer to move its entire education and early years management system across to Servelec’s Synergy solution in the last three years. The contract commences in May 2017 for three years with the option to extend for a further two years and includes a range of Synergy modules.
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