Summary Data: Synergy Consulting services provide continual improvement of the learning environment at Trinity
Trinity engaged Synergy at a critical point in time to conduct numerous projects to improve the school’s technical infrastructure. The relationship started with the build and configuration of the school’s intranet site called TNet.
Following this, Synergy conducted an upgrade from SP 2010 to 2013 and also implemented a responsive design to improve the usability of the solution for staff and students.
Recently, Synergy has worked alongside Trinity technical staff to configure and implement a range of cloud solutions. This has provided a range of benefits to students while reducing the overhead on infrastructure at Trinity.
Synergy implemented a Virtual Classroom portal solution with many customisations to assist in the delivery of information to Trinity’s students for their use and collaboration. This Content Management System (CMS) was developed on SharePoint 2010 and a decision was made to utilise this portal as the prime choice of Learning Management System (LMS) for Trinity as well. The third party Denbigh Student Management System (SMS) was integrated into these solutions as well. Over 1000 Virtual Classrooms were required to be created, refreshed and maintained on a regular basis. Synergy implemented a series of PowerShell scripts which creates the classrooms automatically and updates the classrooms Active Directory group memberships via the information from the Denbigh (SMS) databases.
Synergy has also designed a customised application that will allow Parents, Staff, Students and Alumni to access relevant, up to date information about the school and its pupils. This solution will ensure that Trinity is at the forefront of providing a digital education to its customers.
Synergy continues to build and develop SharePoint and cloud solutions as the trusted partner at Trinity to improve the learning environment for their students.