Copyrite Systems has secured a new contract with one of the city’s largest education and training providers.
After working with The City of Liverpool College for 18 years, Copyrite Systems has won a new contract to manage the college’s print and technology equipment across its six campuses.
The college’s £100m campus offers students access to some of the best training, learning and leisure facilities in the country. Over 20,000 students benefit from modern, purpose build facilities including fully equipped workshops and studios.
By combining innovative technology with a strong focus on best practice, service and partnerships, Copyrite Systems enables clients to better manage their entire paper and electronic document input, output, manipulation and storage.
The new contract reaffirms Copyrite’s longstanding relationship with the College, who have been working together for nearly two decades.
Copyrite works with many of the college’s electrical students and invites them on work placements at the company’s head office in Speke. As a result of the placements, many students have gone on to gain full-time employment at Copyrite.
Established by Tom Doyle in 1992, Copyrite Systems has been operating for 25 years and its team works in the education sector to transform learning environments and to increase productivity. Copyrite is the headline sponsor of this year’s Educate Awards, alongside Ricoh UK.