Philippine digital business solutions provider, ePLDT, has expanded their digital learning solutions following their inclusion to the Microsoft Authorised Education Partner (AEP) programme.
In line, ePLDT will be able to provide their academic customers with Microsoft education solution at a lower cost compared to commercial prices. Customers will only pay for the licenses that are being used by their faculty and staff in all their devices on campus.
In addition, students and faculty members will get a free access to Office 365 ProPlus, Windows 10 Education, and Intune. The customers will also be allowed to access a range of online resources from the Imagine Academy, including: tech curriculum, certifications, marketing collaterals, and lesson plans.
Lastly, the schools can serve as a testing centre for Microsoft certification.
"Our inclusion to the Microsoft Authorised Education Partner program enables ePLDT to provide higher-value services and solutions for our country's academic institutions," said Nerisse Ramos, ePLDT Group Chief Operating Officer, in a press release.
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