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TALL Group announces strategic technology partnership in education and assessment

The TALL Group of Companies, the UK leader in the provision of secure paper and electronic payment solutions, has been appointed as authorised sales partner by TCS iON, a strategic unit of Tata Consulting Services (TCS).

SYSTOPIA LAUNCHES INNOVATIVE SELF-SERVICE KIOSKS TO HELP UNIVERSITIES ENHANCE SERVICE AND DRIVE REVENUE

Systopia, the leading order and payments solutions provider, has launched a range of innovative self-service kiosks, the first of its kind within the higher education sector, to help universities and their on-site foodservice providers to increase speed, choice and convenience across cafés, canteens and catered halls on campus, whilst reducing labour costs and driving revenue. The kiosks, which traditionally increase a consumer’s average order value by 20%, encourage students and university staff to utilise on-site facilities and appeal to those who typically take less time for lunch.

CHECKPRINT SECURES SPECIAL AWARD FOR VOLUNTEERING INITIATIVES

Checkprint, part of the TALL Group of Companies, the UK leader in the provision of secure paper and electronic payment solutions, has received special recognition for the community work it delivers across schools and colleges. The organisation was named the winner in the ‘Outstanding Contribution to Education’ category at Leicestershire Cares’ annual celebration.

THE SOUND SOLUTION FOR EDUCATION

Technology has embedded itself at the heart of nearly every industry across the world and one sector this is becoming increasingly prominent in is education. It is now extremely common for teachers to use technology to enhance the learning process. In fact, according to the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA), spending on ICT is set to increase for the first time in three years to £9m to support the shift in teaching techniques.

Business leader wants “social value” overhaul of government contracts

Public sector contracts should no longer be given to the lowest bidder but awarded to “social business” companies that agree to share profits with staff and employ local workers, a leading businessman has said.

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