Edupac has participated in the following co-sponsored and social responsibility projects:

nepad

HP South Africa: NEPAD e-Schools Africa Project

implats

NBI; Impala Platinum: School Management Project, Kwa-Thema

gautneg

Gauteng-on-Line: Computer Literacy Training (Tswela Services)

wits

University Witwatersrand: Executive Leadership for Principals

Edupac has integrated added-value services from strategic business partners to supply our clients with leading edge ICT, Administrative and Financial services.

tswela

Tswela Services (Timetable, Development, Computer Literacy Training)

sagepay

DebitSure and Sage Pay (Integrated Debit orders)

easypay

EasyPay

myschool

MySchool (Administrative Loyalty program)

Projects

2012 – 2013 Namibia School Management Business Unit

Edupac is contracted to establish, grow and manage a Namibia Helpdesk Business Unit in Windhoek from 1 January 2012 until 31 December 2013. The appointed Specialist Trainers at the Helpdesk Business Unit will deliver expertise assistance in their respective fields and support the 60+ Regional Master Trainers on ongoing basis to deploy training to 200+ […]

2010 – Improving Namibian School Management

Official Press Release: 6 SEPTEMBER 2010 “Try to imagine a country where ALL of our schools are connected to a Central Educational Management Information System.” The Namibian agreement …”In a groundbreaking agreement between The Government of the Republic of Namibia, acting through the Ministry of Education, and Edupac Software Support Services (Pty) Limited, selected schools […]

2010 – SA-SAMS and LURITS

School Management Information Systems ( EMIS ) The Department of Basic Education (DBE) provides a package called SA-SAMS to schools to use on a voluntary basis only. Schools are allowed to use more advanced industry products of their own choice. The DBE does not compete with third party suppliers of School Management Information Systems. The DBE provide SA-SAMS to […]

2009 – Lurits Compliancy – Department of Education

From:          Bulling, Pat [mailto: bulling.p@doe.gov.za] Sent:           20 October 2009 09:58 AM To:               adrian@edupac.co.za Cc:               Gail Van Der Meijden Subject: Uploads to LURITS Dear Colleagues We have been informed by SITA that your software complies with the LURITS upload requirements and would like to congratulate you on this. Please provide us with the following information so that we can move to […]

2006 – NBI Article September

Quick Brief: 6 September 2006 Competing mining companies in the same team for education development The National Business Initiative (NBI) through its Education Quality Improvement Partnerships (EQUIP) programme is mobilizing business leadership and companies to make a difference in the education sector by supporting quality teaching and schooling. In an initiative to strengthen human capital development through […]

2005 – Ugandan President launches first NEPAD Demo

Ugandan President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni officially launched the first NEPAD e-School on the African continent on July 18 2005. The Bugulumbya Secondary School at Busobya Village in a rural area, is one of many schools across the continent to benefit in a pilot programme. It now has computers and accessories, a server, Internet, electricity, mobile […]

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