And the winner is...
29/04/2016 16:20:56 | WCBS
WCBS customers contacted us after reading the March edition of our
quarterly newsletter, The Password, with their competition entry for a chance
to win tickets to a 2016 Lord’s Test Match.
Customers who entered were asked to provide WCBS with their
feedback on our products and services.
There were a number entries and we enjoyed reading all of the comments
our customers had to say, but there can only be one overall winner. We are
delighted to announce that Paul Foster, IT Director of The Queen’s School,
Chester is the winner of the cricket tickets.
Paul entered an amazing testimonial containing over 400 words,
explaining about his experience so far with WCBS; we have included some of his
“There are many components
required to build a successful company. WCBS are one of the few organisations I
deal with who have managed to assemble them all successfully.
WCBS are experts at planning their
product portfolio to anticipate the needs of the most technologically advanced
schools. Queen’s introduced iPads for teachers in 2013. Unlike their
competitors, WCBS’ 3sysACADEMIC MIS worked “out of the box” with iPads.
Migrating to a new MIS is possibly
the largest challenge a bursar or school IT Director will face. WCBS project
managers worked with extraordinary attention to detail when Queen’s moved from
a competitor product to passFINANCE and 3sysACADEMIC.
WCBS’ support team are large
enough to have a diverse and detailed knowledge base, but small enough so that
schools can build up a relationship with key individuals.
WCBS have an in-depth, specialist
knowledge of what makes independent and international schools tick and what is
important to them. This helps Queen’s in many ways. Products are developed
after customer feedback, support is given which recognises the quality of
technical employees in independent schools, consideration is given to the
deadlines of the school year. And most of all, WCBS recognise our customer
focus – the delivery of outstanding education and the requirement to ensure
that our parents are absolutely delighted with the service we provide them and
A 30 year old IT company gives
reassurance to its customers that it’s products and staff can be trusted and
relied upon. More importantly, such a foundation gives WCBS the gravitas to
continue its pioneering approach in introducing leading-edge products in an
increasingly technologically led educational sector.”
Look out for the next edition of The Password, containing all the
latest WCBS news and events.
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