Dorset-based skills for life charity SafeWise is delighted to announce IT Support 365 as a new Silver Sponsor in a deal worth £10,000.
The new partnership follows a Weymouth & Portland Chamber of Commerce business breakfast event at SafeWise Weymouth where IT Support 365 Managing Director James met centre Manager Ben Heath and Chief Executive Rob Hattersley.
As part of the arrangement, IT Support 365 will provide tablets as part of internet safety scenarios at SafeWise learning villages for use by children on Junior Citizen primary school visits.
The sponsorship will also see IT Support 365 overhaul vital IT infrastructure and deliver support for SafeWise head office, learning villages and community centres in Bournemouth and Weymouth.
SafeWise Chief Executive Rob Hattersley said: “I am delighted to welcome IT Support 365 on board as a SafeWise Silver partner.
“Their expertise will massively improve the way we work and deliver the platform for SafeWise to continue to grow in coming years expand our skills for life programmes to new audiences.
“I was very impressed when I met James from IT Support 365. They are a good fit for SafeWise, and like us are an expanding regional business with values and ambitions to match our own.”
Based at Portland Marina, but now with offices in Wiltshire, IT Support 365 now looks after companies across the Wessex region providing IT-related services including service desk, consultancy and specialist project work.
James Bull, Managing Director of IT Support 365 Ltd, said “Being a silver sponsor, providing IT services and products to the SafeWise Centres in Weymouth and Bournemouth has been a really positive experience for our team. These centres provide essential services to the wider community and we are very proud to be supporting them.”
The attached image shows IT Support 365’s James Bull (left) hand over the first of a batch of tablets to SafeWise Chief Executive Rob Hattersley at the charity’s learning village in Weymouth as part of a new £10,000 partnership.