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Merry Christmas From Tucasi
Posted
17-12-2018

From all of us at Tucasi we wish you a very merry Christmas and a happy new year.

 

2018 has been an eventful year, with the launch of our new Lettings module which allows schools and businesses to hire their facilities and generate much-needed additional income. In a tough financial environment for the education sector this year, we are delighted that our software continues to make it easy for schools to      generate extra revenue.

 

In conducting a UK wide survey to further strengthen our knowledge of the education sector, we found the massive impact of 2018’s budget cuts continues to have on schools. Over 73% of schools asked are already letting their facilities, and the addition of an easy-to-use, cost effective software has been welcomed by many schools.

 

Peter Redding, Managing Director of Tucasi commented:

 

“2018 has been a great year for Tucasi. Not only have we become stronger at our core seven modules, but also introduced a new module which allows us to better serve the education sector’s needs. 2019 not only brings the opportunity to continue to develop but release our latest software offering. The entire team has been working extremely hard to bring parents a fantastic new way to interact with their child’s school. Without revealing too much, we are all very excited for the new year and the new opportunities it brings"

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