We are proud to share that Sync has been awarded a place on the new iteration of the National Framework Agreement for Products Using Apple Native Operating Systems, Associated Accessories and Services – also known as the Apple HE or Apple HEPCW framework. The Apple HE framework helps Universities to obtain maximum value when procuring Apple hardware.
Apple Authorised Education Specialist, Sync, has been awarded a place on the National Framework Agreement for Products Using Apple Native Operating Systems, Associated Accessories and Services (ITS6004 HW) – also known as the Apple HE Framework.
Managed by the Higher Education Purchasing Consortium, Wales (HEPCW), the Apple HE framework is the destination for the supply, consultancy, and support of all things Apple within the HE space. Through it, Higher Education institutions can obtain quotations from, and place orders with trusted suppliers across a complete range of Apple products.
Appointed to the framework on November 1st, 2021, Sync are able to provide a range of Apple Solutions to member institutions, and their staff and students. As an Apple accredited organisation, Sync already provides thousands of UK institutions with education-focussed Apple solutions – providing full, wrap-around services, including: finance, MDM, accessories and more.
Following notification of the award, Tom Crump, Head of Sales at Sync said:
“We are thrilled to be joining the prestigious Apple HE framework in its new iteration – allowing us to enhance the way that we work with, and support HE institutions across the UK.”
Head of Operations, Scott Bordoni added:
“By joining the Apple HE framework, Sync has become part of a dedicated group of Apple specialists, renowned for delivering technical excellence to Higher Education institutions across the country.
Our appointment allows us to do even more in the Higher Education space, supporting more institutions, and helping them to enhance the impact of Apple within their organisations”.
The announcement comes hot off the heels of another successful year for Sync. Over the last 24-months they have been able to further establish their place in the channel – seeing continuous quarter on quarter growth, with a turnover of £138 million in 2020.
The tech company also partnered with Oasis Community Learning Trust to provide 30,000 iPads to schools across the UK throughout the academic year. The groundbreaking project, known as Oasis Horizons, is the largest single iPad deployment ever in England.
To find out more about the work that Sync does in Higher Education, click here.