"The system performs multiple functions and will serve our schools well in terms of asset management, contract management, service agreements and in meeting our SFVS targets."
Janice White / Business Manager / Norham High School
We have working relationships with schools, MATs and districts across the world. Your feedback keeps us on a programme of continuous product evolvement, which enables you to deal with the ever emerging challenges you face.
Aspire Academy Trust in Cornwall is using Parago's Academy Asset Manager software to revolutionise the way they manage their 21 rural academies. Here, Peter Bradburn, the MAT's Director of IT explains how.
We asked our clients how the IT and inventory module within our asset management software has improved the running of their school or academy. Our infographic has the answers.
Continuing the success of our school and academy asset management software in the US, we are striking new deals with districts in Vermont, New York State and Pennsylvania...
With over 750 pupils, representing well over 50 nationalities, The British School in Paris is one of the largest and longest-established British international schools in the world, delivering a high standard of education based on the National Curriculum for England and Wales.
"It's easy to use, and with the addition of the mobile application on our iPhones, yearly audits are completed easily and quickly."
"After comparing many types of corporate systems and similar asset management products, we felt Parago was by far the best value for our money"
The Lion Academy Trust has a strong track record in school transformation and improvement, and a reputation for high performing schools working together under its banner of ‘collaborative autonomy’.
For many schools, academies, and trusts, it’s not often the case that their current asset management solution isn’t working well – but more that asset management isn’t happening at all. The same could have been said for the Kent Catholic Schools Partnership not too long ago.
The Creative Education Trust is a non-profit educational charity currently consisting of eight secondary academies and four primary academies in the Midlands and East Norfolk.
Burntwood School converted to an Academy in 2013 with just over 1700 students aged 11-18.
Pope John XXIII Catholic Multi Academy Company was created in March 2015 comprising of three Primary’s and one Secondary Academy.