JP Sá Couto awarded as Microsoft “Shape the Future” Partner of the Year 2011 at WPC in Los Angeles
Los Angeles, July 13, 2011 – Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference
JP Sá Couto was recognized as Partner of the Year for the Microsoft ”Shape the Future” Education Initiative in 2011.
This award recognizes and reinforces JPSC’s role and responsibility developing new opportunities around the World within “Shape the Future”. This is a step ahead to reach the continuous evolution of Education systems by integrating ICT into the Learning process for millions of Students around the World, present today in more than 20 Countries.
“We are very proud of this award and we see this as a recognition of our global effort to promote the integration and ICT into Education around the World, developing opportunities for a new generation with Microsoft within the Shape the Future initiative” Jorge Sá Couto, JPSC’s Chairman.
JPSC is an education provider of turnkey projects, supplying educational technology and providing differentiated value added services for education. JPSC and “Shape the Future” outlines one step further in reaching the goal of bridging the learning divide by supporting equal access to education for all children worldwide.
“We value the partnership with JPSC and the impact they have made empowering and inspiring the next generation of leaders of the world” Anthony Salcito, Vice-President Public Sector Education at Microsoft
Microsoft “Shape the Future” is a program aimed at helping Governments invest in Education Technology to create jobs, drive economic growth and increase competitiveness. In the past three years it helped 42 Countries bring technology access to over 6 million students, educators and families.
About JP Sá Couto Founded in March 1989, J.P. Sá Couto is a Portuguese Company dedicated to the design, development and distribution of Technological Solutions, leader of a pioneering reference initiative (Magalhães - Magellan) for education based on ICT, with over 2.5 million PCs deployed within school systems in more than 20 Countries