3 Things You Didn’t Know About TNSC Ltd’s New School ICT Service

TNSC Ltd releases 3 previously unpublished facts about its upcoming School ICT service launch. Further information can be found at https://www.tnsc.co.uk.

Farnham, United Kingdom - December 7, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Ahead of the launch of its new School ICT service, TNSC Ltd is making public 3 as yet unreleased facts about the service, set to go live Now, which fans and consumers within the Schools space will find interesting…

The 3 items include nuggets such as how:

The idea for creating the School ICT service came about after the aim was set to provide IT support that schools can always rely on.

The School ICT service has actually been in development for a few years and had a team of 13 working on it, which is considered small by industry standards. This goes to show that great things can be achieved with experience and a small dedicated team.

The School ICT service will be released as part of TNSC Ltd’s greater plans to to provide each of their clients with IT support and the right software to maintaining internet connectivity and giving 24/7 support. The Network Support Company provide a comprehensive ICT infrastructure management service.

More information about the ICT support for school’s service can be found at https://www.tnsc.co.uk/school-ict-support-services

TNSC Ltd got it’s start when the Founder noticed a growing need for a team with relevant experience and knowledge to provide schools with clever solutions that’ll be both reliable and cost-effective. With 15 years prior experience in the IT support world, the company decided to go ahead and start TNSC Ltd.

Vicki Watson, Head of marketing is quoted saying: “We understand that our role as an ICT support company for schools is vital. A failing IT system can put pupils’ education at risk, wasting valuable time and leaving teachers and students without the tools they need. This is why we ensure we have a reliable, experienced team who you can trust.”

TNSC Ltd’s School ICT service is set to launch Now. To find out more about TNSC Ltd and the new service, it’s possible to visit https://www.tnsc.co.uk

Business contact details can be found below:

TNSC Ltd

Unit 7, Abbey Business Park, Monk’s Walk, Farnham, Surrey GU9 8HT

01252 739060

Contact Info:
Name: Vicki Watson
Organization: TNSC Ltd
Address: Unit 7, Abbey Business Park, Monk's Walk,, Farnham, Surrey GU9 8HT, United Kingdom

For more information, please visit https://www.tnsc.co.uk

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 275043

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