iansyst has a 30-year history of representing, publishing and distributing assistive technology solutions to the education, public and private sector, to help people with dyslexia and other disabilities. ISO 27001 and ISO 9001 Quality Mark conformant, iansyst delivers contracts to the highest industry standards on every scale, from individuals, schools and academies, to entire local authorities and the Government.
iansyst Ltd has an established customer base throughout the UK and Ireland, including: individuals, teachers and needs assessors from schools, colleges and universities. It also supplies to education and disability officers from local authorities, and HR and occupational health professionals from commercial and public organisations.
iansyst is a registered supplier under the Quality Assurance Framework to provide equipment, services and support under the Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) scheme which helps disabled and dyslexic students in further and higher education.
Leading assistive technology company iansyst have given their website a makeover, which now incorporates a comprehensive online shop.
Visitors can instantly purchase popular software programmes to assist with a variety of disabilities and special educational needs at their school.
Many of the products featured are used widely in schools, such as: Nessy Learning Programme, Clicker 6, Dragon NaturallySpeaking, Inspiration, Numbershark and many more. In addition to SEN products, the shop offers a variety of hardware accessories, computers, printers and furniture, now making it even easier for schools to browse and purchase essential items all in one place.
iansyst, national suppliers of assistive technology solutions for students of all ages with dyslexia and other disabilities, are running a number of special offers throughout November.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12 and Dictate 3 site licence for £895
iansyst Ltd are offering a Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12 Professional or Dragon Dictate 3 site licence, which can be installed on up to 100 computers with unlimited users, for just £895.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12 is a speech recognition program that lets users create documents and control their PC just by using their voice. It allows students to work three times faster compared to conventional typing, without any spelling errors at all, and will improve their productivity and motivation.
Internationally renowned assistive technology company, iansyst, was a winner in Plain Sailing, a Small Businesses Research Initiative (SBRI) launched by JISC TechDis, the Technology Strategy Board (TSB) and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS). The competition has allowed iansyst to develop new technology solutions which will help people, particularly those with a disability, in education, at work and at home.
iansyst's proof of concept, MyDocStore, demonstrated how users can use mobile and cloud based technology to access documents anywhere using cloud-based assistive technologies. The MyDocStore service improved access to information and learning materials for those with reading disabilities such as dyslexia or a visual impairment, but also helped those who wanted to read documents and content when on the move. iansyst and its project partners have now been awarded funding to develop a prototype of the MyDocStore Service further enabling the service to be rolled out to learners and potential users.