NetSupport has secured another major contract with an international Ministry of Education, as it shows accelerated growth in emerging markets with its popular education solutions.

Following a significant contract earlier in the year which saw the Ministry of Education in Kenya selecting Classroom Management software, NetSupport School, to support its Digital Literacy Programme – now the Philippines’ Department of Education has also chosen NetSupport School to help supports its teachers in technology-led teaching and learning, with over 45,000 licences being pre-installed on new Dell Vostro desktops and supplied to 1,073 local schools. Additionally, NetSupport’s IT Asset Management solution, NetSupport DNA, has been selected by the Malaysian Ministry of Education to support the Malaysia Education Blueprint 2013-2025 project by supplying over 30,000 licences.

Commenting on NetSupport’s inclusion in the projects, Managing Director of NetSupport, Al Kingsley, said: “We are thrilled to now be assisting both the Ministry of Education in Malaysia and Department of Education in the Philippines on their projects focused on raising student attainment in schools. Both NetSupport School and NetSupport DNA make a great addition to any school’s IT management toolbox. Whilst NetSupport School provides teachers the tools to monitor, control, collaborate and assess the classroom with ease, NetSupport DNA helps schools easily monitor and manage their IT assets and highlight where cost savings can be made – plus, the in-built Safeguarding module really adds value to the MoE’s project by helping to protect students as they use school technology.”