Charging Up For The September Rush, CRB Cunninghams Are Taking Part In The Midlands Wolf Run
CRB Cunninghams are preparing for their September Back-To-School rush by partaking in the infamous Autumn Wolf Run.
The 10-kilometre run set to take place on 1st September will provide a much-needed burst of energy before the new academic term begins. Led by Darren Hevey in the Professional Services Team the opportunity brings some fantastic excitement and relates to a much deeper cause.
CRB Cunninghams have two main offices located in Birmingham and Edinburgh. Members of the Birmingham office are set to tackle high climbing nets, log walls and the “famously fast landslide”. Set within ancient woodland trails and deep-water crossings, the day promises to cover runners from top-to-toe in sloppy mud.
Darren commented “We wanted to do something to boost team morale and gather spirits before the new academic term begins. We have over 2,800 schools using our solution and September is the busiest month for the entire education sector”.
“Getting the team together out of the office and in advance of the September rush will help us to feel energised. Every year we help schools with any teething problems that they may have. We tackle every obstacle head-on and this one is no different.”
Many customers who use the CRB Cunninghams cashless catering, online payments and identity management solutions are preparing for brand new students and ensuring leavers are processed correctly.
Good luck to all the staff participating in the Wolf Run challenge, and likewise to all the schools returning this September, ready to educate the next generation.
About CRB Cunninghams
CRB Cunninghams have over 40 years’ experience in delivering first-class educational software, for pupils, parents and schools. Used by over 2,800 Schools in the UK, the range of products empowers schools with software for the canteen, classrooms and the back office, helping save time and money.
Specialists in cashless catering software and online payments, we enable schools to track, administer and collect payment for lunches in a streamlined approach. From contactless cards to biometric readers, schools can remove cash and watch the lunch queues dramatically decrease.
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