Albion supplies Apple products and supports schools deploying iPads and Mac PCs. It provides strong post-sales service and aims to enhance customers’ educational output.

In terms of value for money, while Apple products are sold at lower cost by other companies, Albion adds value through ongoing post-sales service and an active approach to helping customers get the best out of the products.
As an Apple authorised service provider, Albion services equipment when it goes wrong and provides insurance and technical support. It says the training and assistance it offers is every bit as important as the hardware it sells. Products are available on the Albion website and can also be purchased over the telephone.
The company has many testimonials on its website from different types of schools. The good reputation of Apple products cannot be denied, and with a training and post-sales service that aims to match the quality of the products, I am not surprised by the success Albion has achieved to date. 
Verdict: 8/10                                                                   Mark Kelly


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