Prosper ISD, located in Prosper, Texas, educates approximately 22,500 students at 21 schools. As one of the fastest growing school systems in the nation, the staff found themselves using multiple systems to manage their technology devices, help desk, invoicing and other critical functions.
Beekmantown Central School District has approximately 2,100 students at 4 schools and is located in West Chazy, NY. The school system had implemented a 1:1 program for their students and were having a difficult time keeping up with which student had which device.
Woodford County Public Schools is located in Versailles, Kentucky and operates 7 schools with 3,885 students. Students taking devices home required the school system to collect signatures for acceptable use policies before assigning devices. This process was manual and was very cumbersome.
Florence One Schools, located in Florence, S.C., consist of 23 schools with a population of roughly 16,000 students. The school system was implementing a large 1:1 initiative but did not have an integrated system to meet their needs. Facing a tight deadline, the school system knew in order to be successful they had to have an integrated asset management and help desk system.
Gettysburg Area School District has approximately 2,800 students in 6 schools that are located in Gettysburg, PA. The technology department was using an older, non-integrated software to track their devices and complete help tickets. The system was no longer meeting their needs and they knew it was time for an upgrade.