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Tribal acquires Semestry Limited

Expanding our Tribal Edge offerings through the addition of cloud Scheduling and Timetabling software.


Guide to predictive analytics in education

The concept of predictive analytics is quickly becoming a key driver of change within the education sector. The approach uses historical student data to create models that help forecast future problems or opportunities. 

This guide introduces predictive analytics, tackles common myths and explores big data analytics across education.

Oxford University

“Oxford chose to work with Tribal because its SITS product is the market leader, and there is a very strong user base and an active user group. We have found Tribal to be a high quality and responsive company to work with, with very good customer engagement from consultancy staff right up to board level.”

Swindon College

"We'll be able to engage with our future students as soon as they apply and communicate more effectively right from their first interaction with the college. It ticks so many boxes; it has made a huge difference to our lecturers and students alike"

Building better student relationships (in the cloud)

We asked IT leaders from UK universities, colleges, learning and education groups and an edtech supplier, in-depth questions to understand and learn from their approaches to transforming digital operations.

Contributors to the CIO whitepaper


Register for our upcoming EBS user group.

This event is free for customers and designed to let you know about new features coming your way and how to make the most of your system.
14 April 2021 | 10.00 - 12.00 GMT


How schools are continuing to improve quality in this academic year

Times might be challenging for school leaders right now, but it seems many are forging ahead with their commitment to continuous quality improvement



“We chose Tribal because of their market leader reputation and the fact they could offer us one system, giving us the flexibility we needed to grow our business.”

Sarah Astley