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IT Finance for Education

Key benefits:

  • Hardware, software, installation, training and support in one package
  • Supplier agnostic: we can fund any supplier or a mix in one contract
  • Get the latest technology for your students today and pay for it over time
  • Flexible upgrading and additional licenses
  • Competitive rates
Summary

The education funding challenge

As schools and colleges are being encouraged to break away from traditional classroom and curriculum models, and pupils are being prepared for the future of the workplace, access to the latest ICT is vital.

How can you meet the expectations of students, staff, parents, governors and other stakeholders, when the budget is simply not available?

Wesleyan Bank can support your educational institute in acquiring the latest technology, inside and outside of the classroom. One of our expert account managers will work with you from beginning to end to guarantee a tailored approach, ensuring that we achieve your key objectives and budgetary requirements.

As well as being able to amend agreements midway through the contract, we're also able to fund not just the IT itself but any costs involved in the installation, training, maintenance and support contracts. We can wrap this all into one bespoke payment plan.

As a BESA member, you can be assured that Wesleyan Bank is a reliable and trusted provider to the education sector.


Speak to one of our dedicated and knowledgeable account managers today to see how we can help your school achieve its technological ambition today.
Call our team free on 0800 980 9348 Monday to Friday 8.30am - 5.30pm or contact Wesleyan Bank

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