The free eBook explores strategies that enable school districts to achieve the highest residual value possible for their current Edtech devices, which can be traded in to help buy down the next technology fleet. Topics include:
- How refresh timing can influence the residual value of technology fleets
- Alternative refresh timing strategies and their benefits
- How to successfully and quickly refresh technology fleets during the school year
- Strategies to make better technology purchases by looking at total cost of ownership
- Methods to better predict future technology costs
“Many school districts wait until summer months to refresh technology fleets, but we’ve found that by planning a mid-year refresh schools can take advantage of higher residual values of their current devices, which in turn gives them greater buying power,” said Mike McKenna, president of Diamond Assets, the most trusted Apple trade-up partner for schools.
The technology refresh process has been streamlined to enable refreshes throughout the year, according to Jamf, the standard in Apple ecosystem management. “Working with experienced buyback and device management partners is key to making the refresh process go smoothly,” said Dave Saltmarsh, education evangelist, Jamf. “This, coupled with a mobile device management solution like Jamf, makes deploying and managing new devices secure and streamlined.”
About Diamond Assets
Diamond Assets is the most trusted Apple hardware trade-up partner, working with organizations to maximize the residual value of their Apple devices. Founded in 2014, the company has grown to 120 employees located at their Janesville, Wis. headquarters and across the country. For more information visit www.diamondassets.com.
Since 2002, Jamf has been solely focused on helping organizations succeed with Apple. Jamf is committed to enabling IT to empower end users and bring the legendary Apple experience to businesses, education and government organizations via its Jamf Pro and Jamf Now products, and the 56,000+ member Jamf Nation. Today, nearly 14,000 global customers rely on Jamf to manage more than nine million Apple devices. To learn more, visit: https://www.jamf.com.