Education technology company Frog is celebrating its latest success.
This week it won the Education Resources Award, in the “Supplier of the Year: £1 million to £10 million annual turnover” category.
Frog, of Dean Clough, Halifax, is a leader in its field reaching over 12 million students, teachers and parents across 14 countries.
The Education Resources Awards play a key role in identifying and rewarding effective resources, services and companies within education.
The winning organisations were announced at the National Motorcycle Museum, in front of a crowd of more than 300 educators and industry leaders.
The judges said of Frog, “Frog’s tailored support approach makes its customer service second to none.
“Its ‘how do I’ portal and live online chat also means that schools can ‘self-help’ at a time that’s right for them.
“Frog goes the extra mile to deliver for their school customers.”
Caroline Wright, director of BESA, the education sector’s trade association and organisers of the Education Resources Awards, added, “As schools are given increasing freedom to invest in products to suit the specific needs of their students, it is so important to highlight the high quality of resources such as Frog.”
Gareth Davies, managing director, Frog said, “We are absolutely delighted to have received this highly acclaimed industry award. It is a testament to the hard work of the whole Frog team.”
Frog’s previous successes have included Education Investor Awards, ICT Company of the Year at BETT Awards, and being named the fastest growing small business in Yorkshire.