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SIMS 2018
20Aug 2018
Aug 20, 2018

SIMSply the best!

ACS is delighted to announce that we have yet again been recognised as an accredited SIMS / FMS Support Team!

The ACS SIMS / FMS Support Service was assessed by the Capita SIMS Accreditation Service which aims to ensure that schools using the SIMS software receive the very best quality support and training from providers – at great value for money.

SIMS Accreditation is a recognition that SIMS / FMS support teams are providing high quality support to schools and provides recommendations for further service improvement if required.

Alan Dean, Director of Service for Capita Education Software Solutions said: “ACS has done fantastically, having already been accredited for the past two years, this latest accreditation firmly illustrates the company’s continued service quality. They received a majority of excellent survey reviews from both primary and secondary schools who they work with.

“We surveyed 72 schools on behalf of ACS to assess the quality of their SIMS delivery. The uptake was amazing, one of the best and they have passed with flying colours – firmly illustrating they are delivering a great service.”

The ACS SIMS / FMS team offers the full package, everything from installation of the system, maintenance once installed and in-depth training on all modules required by each individual school.

Many Eyre, SIMS Support Manager for ACS explains: “Following the great results from our latest assessments, we have proved we are way above and beyond many other SIMS support providers after achieving one of the highest assessment results nationally yet again. This demonstrates that we implement a comprehensive support package for our schools.”

Mike McEwen, ACS Director concludes: “We are delighted to be recognised as an accredited SIMS / FMS Support Team, amongst just 37 others nationally – this official certification matches the professionalism and knowledge of our team and puts us at the forefront of SIMS delivery in the UK.”

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