Case Study: St. Angela Ursuline School
St Angela Ursuline School is a Roman Catholic school built in 1862 with over 800 pupils the school. St. Angela’s is a multi-ethnic, voluntary-aided Technology College in the London Borough of Newham, one of the most socio-economically disadvantaged areas in the country. Pupils are drawn from across the whole LEA from Canning Town to Forest Gate.
- 1 x Crestron TPMC-4SM Touch Panel
- 1 x Iiyama 15” Touch Screen
- 1 x Shure 400 Gooseneck Microphone
- 1 x DBX Zone Pro Audio Processor
- 1 x Crestron MC2E AV Processor
- 6 x Sennheiser G2 Wireless Microphone
- 1 x Denon DVD Player
- 1 x Crown XLS602 Power Amplifier
- 1 x ExOr Lighting Controller
- 1 x Furman Power Conditioner
How will ITSL work with you?
We at ITSL believe in simple, time-tested and robust working principles. The way we work with clients is simple and straightforward. Our projects are divided into 4 main stages.
This is the initial stage of every AV project. Here our aim is to meet our clients and talk about their needs and the final results they want to achieve.
During this stage, our experts will design the solution for our clients and present it to them in a clear and easy to understand manner.
Once the design is approved ITSL will take care of contacting suppliers and ensure that every piece of hardware is ready for the project at the most cost efficient price.
Installation is when everything starts coming together. Our qualified engineers will work on-site with you to ensure that everything is to spec.
Before the launch of an AV solution, we run extensive QA to ensure that everything works as intended.
After we’ve finalised the AV project and the hardware is ready to go live we will take care of training all of the staff that will operate it.
AV hardware runs best when it’s properly maintained. ITSL will provide scheduled maintenance on both the hardware and the software.
Even after the work has been completed our clients can still rely on ITSL to take care of any problems on the equipment whenever the need arises.