Close to a million students from universities and training institutions around the Middle East and North Africa benefit from OneCampus solution, enabling them to take their ‘campus’ wherever they are in the .
ITS (International Turnkey Systems) Group, a leading technology solution provider for higher education institutions, will take its OneCampus university technology platform global today by presenting its benefits and cutting edge technology to leaders and education experts from the Middle East, Africa and around the world at the Gulf Education Conference and Exhibition in London. ITS is proud to sponsor the event for the 2nd time which will be held at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel.
ITS OneCampus is dedicated to providing a comprehensive solution that offers a suit of leading products from internationally acclaimed educational vendors. From efficient administration handling to downloading classroom lectures, OneCampus incorporates all aspects of an academic environment to suit both large and small educational establishments. Together with full support from ITS education specialists, OneCampus offers a fully integrated centrally operated and seamless solution.
“Over the past decade more than 633,500 students benefited from ITS products in universities all over the region,” said Hanny Alshazly, Head of Education Technology Solutions Commercial at ITS . “With ITS ‘ continuous improvement and growth, the number of students has increased to over quarter of a million in the past 12 months.”
The theme for this year’s event is: Facilitation Innovation and Change – Rethinking Higher Education in a Global and Digital Age: Issues, Implication and Opportunities. Notable dignitaries from organizations such as the UK Home Office, Tony Blair Faith Foundation, Alhambra US-Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Foundation for Higher Education and a number of leading UK and US universities will attend the event
“The conference is an ideal platform for us to cooperate and share new ideas learn from each other. The event will enable us to discuss how universities and schools can implement OneCampus solutions and embrace the technology of the future such distance learning and teaching. Achieving such levels of interactivity will determine the competitiveness of universities going forward and will act as the catalyst for attracting students and educators alike,” he continued.
The event which kicks off today, will see Hanny Alshazly, along with Justin Diver, Senior Enterprises Sales at Talisma present their joint vision on Education across the MEA region and focus on student relationship management (CRM), is an important part of the OneCampus solution that plays an important role in assisting educational institutes in serving more requests and helping prospective students choose the right program and contacts
With offices expanded over 23 countries serving more than 40 clients, ITS always strives to bring the best products to the region and gain 100% of client satisfaction.