Device as a Service
// Overview

Device as a Service (DaaS)

In today’s fast-paced environment, it is common for IT Departments to be tasked with a variety of key priorities and not have the bandwidth to keep up with the latest updates, refreshes, end of support notices and more when it comes to the devices that they use. This is where device as a service (DaaS) comes into play to help organizations meet the demands of their organization, save on their total cost of ownership, and keep their organization secure with the latest updates.

// Approach

What we do

Device as a Service (DaaS) is essentially a service model where PC’s, networking equipment, security toolsets, smartphones and other mobile computing devices are offered as a paid service. Subscribing to a provider allows an organization to update its equipment at the end of a lease period without incurring the costs that would normally be associated with a device refresh.

When it comes to ensuring seamless operations, ProCern’s Device as a Service streamlines device acquisition, management, and renewal. We offer a flexible, subscription-based model with state-of-the-art devices, consistent tech support, and predictable budgeting; all rolled into one package.

// Business Understanding

We deliver devices optimized for your specific needs, ensuring fast and secure data access. Whether you have an in-house team or looking to fully outsource, our DaaS solution integrates effortlessly. 

  • Tech Tailored for your Organization
  • Expert Recommendations
  • Seamless Integration
Device as a Service
capex to opex
// Benefits

Device as a service can bring various benefits to organizations of all sizes. Some of these benefits include:

  • Scale Devices up and down as needed
  • Reduced Workload for IT Staff
  • Capex to Opex: Greater Cost Savings, Control and Predictability
  • Preventative Security Measures: patches, updates, EOL upgrades
  • Save on high upfront costs, predictable costs
  • Trade up for Newer Devices at end of contract period
  • Increase employee satisfaction with having the devices they need

The trend for using device as a service is quickly growing since its inception in 2014 where only 1% of PC’s shipped were part of a device-as-as-service program. Based on research from Grand View Research, “the global device-as-a-service market size was valued at 30.75 billion in 2020 and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 37.8% from 2021 to 2028.”

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