AspiraCloud supports Birmingham Diocesan Multi-Academy Trust deploy centralised cloud migration project across 19 schools
AspiraCloud Limited is delighted to welcome the Birmingham Diocesan Multi-Academy Trust (BDMAT) as its latest education customer.
Committed to providing high quality education for all children through collaboration, challenge and targeted support, this major MAT comprises 19 primary and secondary schools located across the West Midlands.
All 19 schools currently operate on separate tenants, including Google and Office 365. AspiraCloud will be supporting BDMAT migrate each school onto a new, single Microsoft 365 tenant. This will not only boost collaboration between schools, helping to improve the quality of teaching and learning, but will also enhance administration and management with a centralised, trust-wide platform for documents and files.
AspiraCloud are experts in both the fields of cloud migration and education. We understand the complexities of working with a MAT and have proposed a robust approach to drive and develop BDMAT’s cloud strategy.
Adrian Edgar, Managing Director at AspiraCloud adds: “We’re thrilled to be working with BDMAT; supporting them with their Microsoft 365 cloud migration project and the significant benefits it will deliver to their schools, staff and students. BDMAT also strengthens our presence in the West Midlands, as we already work with St Teresa of Calcutta MAT, The Futures Trust and the Academy Transformation Trust. We are delighted to welcome BDMAT as the fourth MAT to join this impressive list of schools from this region.”
AspiraCloud works with schools, multi-academy trusts, as well as colleges and universities to improve the quality of teaching and learning through technology.
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