DaaS: Device-as-a-Service

Our Device-as-a-Service (Daas) offering is Australia’s first cradle-to-grave solution for managing the lifecycle of an IT asset. DaaS provides a per device, per month model for consuming any device.

Simple, flexible model that makes budgeting easy and reduces burden on internal IT

Managing the lifecycle of all IT assets is becoming harder due to the sheer volume of desktops, laptops, tablets, phones and other devices. Our DaaS solution allows you to consume per device, per month across the lifecycle of your fleet of devices. It is the first true cradle-to-grave DaaS solution that allows you to tie up requisition, approvals, procurement, management, CMDB, asset management and even finance into one service.

Balance budgets and CAPEX and OPEX expenditure while reducing the workload of your internal IT teams.

As part of our solution, our ISO27001 certification gives you the assurance that your fleet of devices are securely deployed and managed.

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