Bell Techlogix Launches New Relationship with Indianapolis Public Schools
(3 months ago)
INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 13: Bell Techlogix, a leading IT managed services and solutions company, today announced a new partnership with Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS). IPS is the largest public-school district in Indiana, diverse in both population and choice, IPS is an agile, innovative educational organization committed to academic excellence built through individualized, relationship-based learning.
When IPS was looking for a service provider for service desk, knowledge management, IT asset tracking as well as a new ITSM platform they required a partner that had flexible solutions and a reputation for delivering high quality service. Through the RFP process IPS discovered Bell Techlogix is not only a partner that had the ability to provide them with the offerings they desired, but also a local partner with the same commitment to the Indianapolis community.
"We are so pleased to have found a partner with mature ITIL practices and the flexibility we require to support the needs of our schools. With support provided by Bell Techlogix, technology issues and requests are addressed quickly so teachers and staff can get back to working with the kids," said Laura Larimer, the IT Officer at IPS. "And to make it all the better... Bell Tech is right here in Central Indiana!"
After IPS awarded Bell Techlogix the contract, work began immediately. Bell Techlogix now provides a single point of contact with an extended hours domestic service desk utilizing the Bell Techlogix ServiceNow platform for all of the school district's IT needs. Bell Techlogix worked hand in hand with IPS on the transition which began what we believe will be a long term successful partnership. "We are delighted to announce our new relationship with IPS," said Ron Frankenfield, CEO, Bell Techlogix. "We look forward to delivering exceptional end-user experiences for the IPS team so they can focus on their very important mission of preparing and empowering all students for life."