OneScreen's New Subscription Model Makes Smart Screens Affordable for More Educators and SMBs
OneScreen offers a subscription option for enterprise-class interactive flat panel displays, making them affordable to a wider range of business and education customers. With software upgrades, hardware replacement and unlimited support all included in one low monthly payment, the stage is set for greater business collaboration and better technology in the classroom.
SAN DIEGO April 21, 2020
The rapid adoption of software as a service (SaaS) in the 1990s resulted in an economic boom for small to medium sized businesses (SMBs). Classrooms also underwent a tech revolution as first-class software suddenly became affordable for school districts and universities. Now history may be repeating itself as OneScreen has brought the subscription model to the world of smart screens.
Collaboration as a service (CaaS) means that more SMBs and school districts everywhere will be able to spread out the costs of the best smart screen technology. These wall or cart-mounted flat panel displays, ranging from 55”- 98”, are the same ones in use by the world’s largest enterprises.
OneScreen is the only manufacturer offering this purchasing option, which guarantees free upgrades as new software comes online and unlimited free training and help desk services for the life of the subscription.
“Huge upfront costs for capital expenditures can cripple a small business,” observed OneScreen CEO Sufian Munir. “At the same time, our education customers face a similar problem in gaining approval for large technology purchases when things change so fast in our industry.” He found an answer to both problems by giving customers a new way to pay for what they value most.
For one low monthly subscription, OneScreen customers can access:
- State-of-the-art interactive flat panel hardware.
- Cloud-based access to software for video conferencing, annotation, translation, recording, screen share and more.
- Free periodic upgrades.
- Unlimited on-demand help and training.
Munir concluded, “With this one change, we’ve made it easier for our customers to manage their technology budget planning, operate with the most up-to-date software, and get support on the fly to gain the most value from their smart screens. It’s time for the industry to pay more attention to what their customers actually need.”
When collaboration technologies work together, organizations can realize the benefit of people working together. OneScreen Hubware and software solutions facilitate the way collaborators need to flow between work tools and access a variety of content, data, and people to be continuously productive.
Headquartered in San Diego, California, OneScreen has offices in the United States, Pakistan, Colombia, Mexico, U.A.E. and Canada.
"We’ve made it easier for our customers to manage their technology budget planning, operate with the most up-to-date software, and get support on the fly to gain the most value from their smart screens."