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Consenna powers up Westcoast/Microsoft schools initiative

Westcoast is enabling Microsoft vendors and channel partners to deliver compelling education solutions through a new sales enablement, training and tradein programme developed by Consenna.

The ‘Power Up My School’ programme helps IT providers inspire schools to ditch legacy equipment and make smarter, more sustainable purchasing decisions through a combination of promotions support; customisable marketing pages; sales enablement training in areas such as cloud enablement and sustainable IT; and flexible device trade-in. 

Westcoast Client Director Paul Hamilton said: “The importance of technology in education is indisputable. But for it to continue delivering the value required of it, it’s vital that schools are equipped with the budgets, knowledge and skills to fully embrace the solutions available to them. What Consenna has created in ‘Power Up My School’ addresses exactly those points, whilst ensuring that our channel partners are empowered to effectively communicate the options available to schools and the support that sits alongside them.”

Paul Thompson, Sales Director at Consenna, added: “For schools to continue benefitting fully from the technology available to them, they must be encouraged to part with legacy devices that are holding them back. By developing a flexible trade-in programme, we’ve equipped resellers with the means to position trade-ins as the route to other benefits for the school, whether that’s cash rewards, training or cloud enablement support.” 

As well as delivering the ‘Power Up My School’ programme to a select group of 11 education resellers, Westcoast will be introducing up to 20 smaller resellers to the Devices for Education programme created by Consenna earlier this year, in which Microsoft is the Principal Partner.

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