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Asset tagging, software installation, laser etching and performance testing–Lexicon deployment services prepares each of your devices for immediate use, saving you time, money, and hassle.
We’ll customize your deployment package with any combination of the services listed below. If you need a service not listed–ask us!
Have new devices shipped directly to our facility for receiving.
Waste removal and repackaging for straight-from-the box use, including the addition of accessories such as cases and screen protectors. Our repackaging results in 100 tons less cardboard being delivered to districts!
We are committed to responsible recycling of all batteries, plastic, PCB boards, glass, and meta. Lexicon uses a certified ISO 14001 disposal company.
We’ll fully configure your devices with the software, apps, and services you need.
Our certified technicians test every device for full functionality and assess against any common startup failures before it leaves our facility.
Save time by having our team input asset serial numbers and tag your device. Ask us about creating school branded tagging!
We can engrave your school’s name, logo, and more.
We’ll deliver your devices to your district by school or even classroom via onsite coordination with your team.
for 5,000 devices
for 10,000 devices
for 150,000 devices
Student device deployment is the process of distributing devices such as laptops, tablets, or other mobile devices to students for educational purposes.
Mobile device deployment provides students with access to technology and educational resources that they may not have had otherwise. It can also help to level the playing field for students who may come from different socio-economic backgrounds.
Mobile device management can be maintained by the school’s IT department, designated personnel, or a third-party provider like Lexicon Tech. This can include tasks like software updates, troubleshooting technical issues, and returning devices at the end of the school year.