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November 2013

Recommended in Hampshire

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Following a recent framework and consultation by Hampshire County Council into all of it’s IT offerings, the Parents’ Evening Booing System is proud that it has been announced as the preferred supplier for all schools in the local authority for online parents’ evening management.

With as many as 80 schools in Hampshire already using the Parents’ Evening Booking System, the news that we were to be be recognised as the ‘preferred supplier’ was received gratefully and we look forward to welcoming more of the Council’s schools with open arms.

We’re delighted with this good news and we hope that it shows the Council’s support of us and all that we do. We recognise that a big part of the decision to appoint us as such is due to the quality of software but also the quality of service and support received by schools who already have the Parents’ Evening Booking System.

We are determined to service all of the UK with the Parents’ Evening booking System and we believe this is a very positive step forward for us. If you are a school in Hampshire, contact us for a free demonstration and a quotation.

New Advert Launched

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With great thanks to our friends at Beard Askew Productions, we are proud to announce the launch of our new advert. In late September 2013, we visited a number of our customers in London and met with them to talk about how positive an effect the Parents’ Evening Booking System has had at their school since they introduced it. It was fantastic to sit down and talk with head teachers, administrators, secretaries, teachers and parents and be told how popular and successful your product is!

Our advert focuses on each different type of staff member and shows them talking about how the Parents’ Evening Booking System makes their job much easier and more stress-free. We are looking forward to visiting more of our customers in what remains of 2013 and throughout 2014.

This film could not have been possible without the help of all of its contributors and we would like to thank them all very much. Watch the film below: