Nelson and Colne College
When Nelson and Colne College came to VeryPC looking for 250 Lenovo laptops we jumped on the opportunity to provide them with a quote and give them the VeryPC experience.
After a competitive and thorough tender process, we were thrilled to be awarded the contract to provide the college with 250 bespoke Lenovo laptops. Alongside our sales team having access to fantastic pricing we also offered Nelson and Colne custom imaging, extended warranties (which we set up for them), asset tag management and free custom branding.
One of the key things that makes us unique compared to other IT providers is that we can customise to your needs, even on Tier 1 products and devices. By offering Nelson and Colne College these additional customisations it saved the college IT department vital time.
"We are extremely pleased with the products and level of service we received. Throughout the process, we received regular updates from the VeryPC team who were always friendly and efficient."
Amanda Mills, Head of IT and Network Services.
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Boston High School
Having built up a great relationship over the years, we were tasked with supplying 64 Lenovo laptops for Boston High School after previously providing them with a batch of Tier 1 devices.
"Increasing pressures on our education budgets mean that the amount allocated to IT expenditure is on the decline; each year it becomes harder to find a good compromise between specification, quality, longevity and cost. Inevitably, our heads turn to the budget end of the market, however this can sometimes come at the expense of build quality and reliability. Having previously furnished us with a batch of Lenovo V110 laptops, we again went with a Tier 1 device – this time the Lenovo V130. VeryPC were able to supply these more competitively than anyone else I approached, including some big name resellers; but were still able to offer us all of their usual extras such as custom branding. The V130 is a well balanced machine that for the money, is perfect for the education market. "
Andy Pacey, IT Manager.