For Release: 13 October, 2016
Learn to Make Becomes a Microsoft Authorized Education Partner
ICT in Education Consultancy Learn to Make earns distinction through
commitment to academic customers.
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia — October, 13, 2016 – Learn to Make, today announced it has become a Microsoft Authorized Education Partner (AEP), demonstrating its ability to meet Microsoft academic customers’ evolving needs in today’s dynamic business environment. To earn a Microsoft AEP authorization, partners must complete a test to prove their level of academic licensing and market expertise.
The AEP program is designed to train participating resellers on Microsoft’s Academic licensing, authorize them to purchase and resell Microsoft Academic licenses, and demonstrate to potential customers that they are approved and knowledgeable academic partners.
Learn to Make is a full service ICT in Education Consultancy drawing on years of experience and expertise to provide technical services and engaging learning experience for learners and makers of all ages ‘From P-PhD’ including Professional Development for Teachers, eLearning Consultancy, IT Managed Services and 1:1 Deployment Services, Teacher and Student workshops in STEAM topics including Coding, Robotics, 3D Printing, Minecraft and The Internet of Things. Learn to Make’s latest offerings include cutting edge learning experiences using Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services and Machine Learning.
“This Microsoft AEP authorization shows our commitment and specialism in the academic IT marketplace and demonstrates our knowledge of Microsoft and its academic products which we have many years in deploying at scale in leading schools in Brisbane,” said Nathan Beveridge – Chief Maker & Proprietor. “We hope to accelerate our academic customers’ successes by serving as technology advisors for their IT requirements in addition to providing sound advice and training on classroom implementation. It’s a partnership that makes sense, great learning experiences are enhanced by great resources. As a Microsoft AEP we are now positioned to work together with Microsoft to make it easier for school’s to access the best resources to enhance teacher pedagogy and student learning and provide flexibility for IT Managers and CIOs to make the best use of their budget, with secure, scalable and resilient infrastructure and efficient licensing models.”
“By becoming AEPs, partners show themselves to be committed and trained in providing discounted Microsoft academic products to the education market,” said Anthony Salcito, vice president of Education for Microsoft Corp.’s Worldwide Public Sector. “This authorization, along with our other education partner initiatives, gives our partners recognition of their areas of expertise and our academic customers the confidence that they are buying from academic IT specialists.”
The Microsoft AEP Program is designed to authorize and equip organizations that deliver academic products and services through the Microsoft platform with the training, resources and support they need to provide their customers with superior experiences and outcomes.
Learn to Make draws on decades of experience in the Information Technology and Education sectors and a vast network of specialist partners to provide our customers with the best advice, solutions and training to create engaging and effective learning experiences and environments. Learn more at www.learntomake.com.au .
For more information:
Nathan Beveridge, Learn to Make, email@example.com