We are exhibiting at BETT for the first time this year and wanted to know what technical issues have really been getting your goat recently.
We love solving these issues within the education sector and have begun sponsoring EduGeek to help grow the community.
If you’re able to pop along to our stand it’d be great to speak with you. Alternatively, if you’re not going to BETT, feedback via this thread would be much appreciated.
We’ll be at stand W45.
SimpleSi (11th January 2010)
Our Services | RTS Technology Solutions is the list of services from their website. Looks like a solutions provider for IP services (CCTV, VoIP, Digital signage, etc) all based on skills as infrastructure engineers and designers.
ICTNUT (11th January 2010)
Also your site link on your profile needs a "http://" in front of it!
Feel free to pop over to see us (next to edugeek) - this will be my 6th or 7th BETT with SmoothWall, sure I can offer some decent advice
Essentially there are three threads to the business; IT, Audio Visual and Foundation Services (data cabling, electrical work, support etc). If you've got 3 minutes to spare then do check out our showreel on the home page of the site.
 just saw they are a sponsor - oops [/edit]
I got knarked when I opened it and found they didn't need help!
Last edited by SimpleSi; 11th January 2010 at 02:09 PM.
Vanti (11th January 2010)
Try Hello next time
Ok to make up- I'll go to their stand and let them try to sell me something - which is is not an offer I'd make to many companiesyou bully lol
Having worked in education ourselves we understand the specific requirements that schools have over businesses (which is also why we have never cold called schools in the hope of getting work). We take huge pride in our work and pay great attention to detail. We're aware there's a curriculum to be tought and that IT and Audio Visual solutions need to support that. So for instance, when we built a theatre for a specialist Visual and Performing Arts school we introduced moving lighting bars so that students were able to get involved with rigging lighting without creating a health and safety risk.
Our hope is that both our appearence at BETT and sponsoring of EduGeek will allow us to develop relationships with people we otherwise wouldn't have contact with and who are receptive to the sort of change we want to be a part of in schools. Technology is becoming an increasingly integral part of teaching and in our opinion it's important that it's done right.
It's also worth mentioning that a not-insignificant proportion of our work is remedial. This isn't to put other suppliers down and claim we're the best by any stretch but we have seen some shocking installations by suppliers to education that we've been asked to put right.
I hope that goes some way to answering your question and if you are at BETT, I'd be interested in talking further.
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