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TECHNOLOGIES DESIGNED FOR EDUCATION

jp.ik is a pioneer in the development of technologies designed for Education, implementing innovative and personalised educational projects according to the needs of its partners.

The specificities of the social and cultural contexts of the communities in which they are integrated, always respecting their uniqueness, have meant that over the years the company has deserved several awards and recognitions.

Innovation is vital to the company’s mission and values, constituting a way to overcome the challenges we face with creativity and efficiency. We believe that the recognition of our equipments is synonymous that we are promoting innovation as a catalyst for our own success.

Intel Partner Alliance – Titanium OEM partner 2023

Membership in the Intel® Partner Alliance gives us exclusive opportunities and resources tailored to jp.ik.

jp.ik is a Titanium OEM partner 2023 and we receive enhanced lead generation and matchmaking tools and pre-launch product information.

Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics

This project, developed in partnership CATÓLICA-LISBON and BPI Fundação La Caixa, and with the support of the partners listed below, was launched in September 2021. It is a far-reaching project, which aims to study how large and small and medium-sized companies in Portugal are incorporating the 2030 Agenda into their business strategies.

gesci Global e-Schools and Communities Initiative

Non-profit organization founded in 2003 on the recommendation of the United Nations ICT Task Force. Education is a critical area that needs a strong development focus. GESCI’s mission is to support governments in the process of socio-economic development of their countries through the integration of technology for a sustainable future.

UN Global Compact

An initiative in the area of corporate citizenship, which originated from a proposal by the former UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan, in 2000. It is based on ten fundamental Principles, in the areas of human rights, labor practices, environmental protection and anti-corruption, and aims to promote the public and voluntary commitment of companies to comply with them.

OEA Organização dos Estados Americanos

International organization created in 1948, headquartered in Washington (United States), whose members are the 35 independent nations of the American continent.

GS1 Portugal

It is responsible for the introduction of barcoding in our country and represents 8,000 companies, ranging from micro, small and medium enterprises to multinationals. It collaborates with different sectors of activity and with public institutions, academia and regulators. Our mission is to develop Global Standards and promote the implementation of good logistics practices, contributing to make more efficient and sustainable the relationship between the various agents in the Value Chain, always with the goal of benefiting the final Consumer.

Casa da América Latina

Created in 1998 with the mission of bringing Portugal closer to Latin America by stimulating knowledge and cooperation with Latin American countries, the Casa da América Latina is a non-profit association under private law, formed by the Municipality of Lisbon, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Portugal, the Embassies of Latin American countries and a number of companies.

AEP Associação Empresarial de Portugal

It is a nationwide association, founded in Porto in 1849. AEP’s mission is to defend the interests of companies and offer services that enhance their competitiveness.

APGEI Associação Portuguesa de Gestão e Engenharia Industrial

Founded in 1985 by a group of companies and universities, APGEI positions itself essentially as an association of Managers, and its mission is to contribute to the improvement of management practices in the business community and for the development of the country.

Associação Portuguesa de Ética Empresarial

Founded in 2002, the Portuguese Association for Business Ethics has taken the lead in standardization processes in the areas of Ethics and Social Responsibility in Portugal, being recognized by the IPQ as a Sectorial Standardization Body. In parallel, it supports the Portuguese network of the Global Compact, a United Nations initiative for corporate citizenship, and is a member of the Post Publication Organization of ISO 26000.