We develop, deliver and maintain innovative IT solutions that enhance how people learn, teach, govern, deliver healthcare and do business. We firmly believe that one size does not fit all and we will tailor make a solution to suit your individual needs.
Website » http://www.xma.co.uk/
At Texthelp, we believe that literacy is every student’s passport to academic, social and professional success. Yet many students struggle to achieve their potential, throughout their educational life and need extra support. Perhaps their first language isn’t English or they have dyslexia or other special education needs. Other children simply struggle to engage with everyday reading, writing and comprehension tasks.
Our user-friendly literacy and learning technologies are used across the globe to support teaching and learning inside and outside the classroom. Our software engages and supports learners through a range of reading, writing, math and research features. They can be used at each step of the educational journey to raise attainment levels; and support children when they are learning to read, working in the classroom or studying at home. Our solutions can also be used in exams and assessments and whilst preparing for further or higher education
Website » https://www.texthelp.com/en-gb/
SEEMiS Group is an Education Management Information System (MIS) provider. As the standard MIS within Scottish Education, all local student data is processed and managed by SEEMiS software offering interfaces with external agencies such as ScotXEd and SQA.
At the heart of our product set is SEEMiS Click+Go which offers a wide range of modules to support Pupil and Staff record management including Nursery Application Management System (NAMS), Attendance, Pastoral notes, Tracking Monitoring and Reporting.
By working closely with its members and the strategic bodies responsible for the education direction in Scotland, SEEMiS looks to continually improve its product set and support local authorities and their associated schools deliver their statutory and discretionary responsibilities.
Website » https://www.seemis.gov.scot/site3/
23 November 2017 Technology & Innovation Centre, University of Strathclyde