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IT needs are constantly changing. Student enrollment, new initiatives, and budget cuts are a few of the factors affecting technology plans. KEKA Precision Technologies Ltd offers Device as a Service (DaaS). Take advanteage of the Shule Project

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Challenges facing schools in ICT

Affordable access to Devices

The cost of devices, procurement process, Number of computers, technology refresh in line with market needs

Management and Deployment

Management and Deployment of devices to enhance their strict use in Education including the security of the devices through their lifecycle

Training

Trained Staff including the cost of training. Improving the student and teacher experience by simplifying the ICT complexities in setting up the digital environment

Technical Sustainability

ICT sustainability for the long term. This includes device refresh, teacher and faculty access to OEM partner programs in Education to ensure technology relevance

What if you could....

  • Enable personalized experiences for your distributed students
  • Deploy with ease with automated processes and intelligent insights
  • Have access to the latest technology trends and training for free
  • Simplify and streamline IT operations
  • Achieve greater control and agility
  • Increase student/teacher satisfaction & productivity

Change Adaptation

The IT requirements of schools are constantly changing. A few of the factors influencing technology plans are student enrollment, new initiatives, and budget cuts. A DaaS agreement’s Flex Option allows schools to add or remove devices without incurring contract penalties. An efficient DaaS program adapts to provide only the devices you need for that period of time, rather than having costly devices sitting in a closet when enrollments change year after year.

Providing Personalized Education

A 1:1 technology program’s goal is to transition students from passive learning to collaborative engagement. DaaS allows for faster implementation for schools with limited capital relative to their student population because of the lower initial outlay of funds.. 

Deployment and Management

Deployment, management, maintenance, and disposal need to be calculated to determine a true technology rate. Depending on the number of devices in service, schools could get caught unprepared for a large outlay of IT upkeep expenses. Device-as-a-Service (DaaS) can encompass all of your technology expenses (including professional development) into one predictable budget year after year. It’s more than a lease, it’s a long-range approach to addressing ongoing technology needs on your campus.

Disposal of Equipment

Schools must deal with IT asset disposition in a traditional purchase model. The process of decommissioning and disposing of computers at the end of their lifecycle can be a time and money drain on school IT departments. DaaS alleviates that burden and expense by returning the computers at the end of the agreement period.

Students' Development

When students advance in grade level, their technology must be updated to reflect new curriculum and assignments. A device designed for third grade may not be appropriate for sixth grade. Without blowing their budgets, schools can now plan for student evolution and provide devices that best match the student/computer lifecycle. DaaS also allows schools to upgrade technology more frequently, ensuring that teachers and students have access to the most up-to-date educational applications and curriculum. We include security against cyber attacks and theft

Obtaining the Required Devices

The best computer for any school is determined by the learning environment, grade levels, student outcome goals, and curriculum. Having enough computing power is essential for an effective technology strategy. DaaS enables schools to afford better devices that are aligned with their goals without paying for more than they require. We offer a variety of products as certified partners for the logos in this document

Empower IT to Focus on Strategic Projects

Your IT department’s most precious commodity is time. They simply can’t proactively address all of the major strategic needs across your institution if they are constantly saddled with trying to manage and repair small issues impacting devices. A successful DaaS program frees up your internal resources, giving them the ability to focus on security, connectivity and greater efficiencies across your campus.

Partnerships with Intel and VMWare make this possible

Please contact us for a detailed presentation. Devices range from as low as KES 37,800 with financing options of up to 36 months

KEKA precision Technologies will facilitate financing either for the school or for the Parent/Student