Midlands-based IT service and support specialist Icomm Technologies, has signed an installation deal with the National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers (NASUWT), on the back of its most successful year ever.
In a deal currently worth over £80,000, and with future projects already in the pipeline, Icomm has been asked to upgrade NASUWT'S national IT network, including the union's head office in Rednall, Birmingham.
Icomm, recently awarded Gold Certified Partner status by Microsoft, is in the process of overhauling the NASUWT's IT infrastructure, a task that involves the installation of over 100 HP desktops, as well as transfer of data and software from existing computers.
By outsourcing the project to a third party provider, the NASUWT has generated extensive time and money savings, and plans to use Icomm - the Deloitte and Touche 'Rising Star' - for further upgrades.
Leigh Smith, NASUWT head of IT, said: "We will be performing another infrastructure upgrade later in the year, and I am in no doubt that Icomm will once again provide a faultless service."
Icomm Technologies sales manager, Ian Callens, added: "This new contract is a great win for us and comes on the back of our most successful 12 month period to date, during which we posted a year-on-year growth of 31 per cent."