In March of 2015, one of ESTI's legacy clients celebrated a monumental day: the Superannuated Teachers of Saskatchewan (STS) welcome friends, colleagues and all of those who contributed to their success over the years to a ribbon cutting ceremony at their new office location at 2311 Arlington Avenue in Saskatoon. ESTI was pleased to provide the STS with refreshments for the social to follow the official opening of the new office.
Over the last 15 years, ESTI has been able to provide the STS with Information and Communications Technology services through a variety of projects and ongoing maintenance and support. During a 15 year period many things tend to change, but ESTI's commitment to serving the STS with the support they require has not. The relationship between ESTI and the STS has grown organically as a result of ESTI's involvement with the organizations representing teachers across Saskatchewan over the years.
'ESTI has been a trusted partner of the STS for over the last 15 years by following through on what they have promised. We know each and every time, that ESTI will provide a strong resource to provide our staff with a solid solution to the challenge we're facing,' Colleen Bailey, STS Office Manager.
Looking back to our beginnings, ESTI's focus was on educational software and providing computer-related services to educational institutions across the province. Through this focus on the education sector and our founder's strong ties to the education sector, ESTI has been able to provide services to not only the STS, but to the Saskatchewan Teachers' Superannuation Commission (STSC), Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation (STF), Saskatchewan Teachers' Retirement Plan (STRP), Saskatchewan Ministry of Education, Saskatchewan Association of School Boards, Saskatoon School Trustees Association, League of Educational Administrators, Directors and Superintendents of Saskatchewan (LEADS), Saskatchewan School Boards Association (SSBA) and various school divisions in the province.
ESTI recognizes that without the organizations mentioned above, our work in the education sector would not have been possible, and that we would not have become the growing and dynamic organization we are today!