School Asset Management

Campus Safety Solutions for K-12

Troxell offers the most complete IT asset management solution for education.

Track assets throughout their lifecycles with end-to-end School Asset Management

Every year, millions of dollars of IT assets go missing from K-12 schools. Not only do these losses impact already tight budgets, they can result in a loss of public trust.

With K-12 schools adopting education technology at an increasing rate, understanding how much IT assets cost throughout the lifecycle—from initial acquisition through maintenance and repair to disposal—can make all the difference in tight K-12 budgets.

Today’s cloud-based, mobile-friendly school asset management programs use barcodes or RFID tags to provide complete IT asset management through the life of IT assets.

Troxell can help you better track and manage IT assets—and reduce costs—with a complete school asset management solution.

Why School Asset Management?

  • Better understand where existing assets are located at any point in time.
  • Know when to perform needed maintenance or repairs.
  • Provide greater predictability in budgeting and purchasing of new assets.
  • Maximize and manage existing contracts.
  • Provide complete visibility for and compliance with federal, state, and local mandates.

Erase loss and theft...

Replace hard-to-manage paper lists and spreadsheets! School Asset Manager uses the latest cloud and mobile technologies to help streamline district-wide property and asset management, while driving greater accountability and ensuring the public trust.

Chalk up the losses...

-$1,300

Adams 12 Five Star District (CO) — Four cases of tennis balls, a ball hopper and a tennis ball machine worth $1,300 reported missing, as well as a sub-woofer sound mixer and gas cans.1

-$235,000

Central Texas School District — Missing iPads, laptops, projectors, and desktops totalling $235,000.2

-$2,000

Denver Public Schools — Various lawn equipment, $2,000 in backflow equipment, 21 laptops, two video cameras, a phone, emergency radios, keys and a drill rifle reported missing.3

-121 iPads

Jefferson County Public Schools (CO) — 121 iPads, three surveillance cameras, a trimmer, and a backpack blower.4

-3,105 Devices

Los Angeles Unified School District — 230 devices stolen or missing, another 3,105 unaccounted for.5

-1,800 Computers

New York City Schools — More than 1,800 computers either missing or unaccounted for, and almost 400 unopened laptops and iPads in school closets.6

  • 1 "Thousands in cash, supplies missing from school districts." KDVR.com 05/12/2016.
  • 2 "Central Texas school districts missing thousands of dollars in inventory." KEYETV.com, 11/05/2015.
  • 3 "Thousands in cash, supplies missing from school districts." KDVR.com 05/12/2016.
  • 4 "LA schools' audit finds hundreds of computers stolen, missing; thousands unaccounted for." KPCC, 08/27/2014.
  • 5 WECT INVESTIGATES: $300k of equipment missing from NHCS," Wave3.com, 05/02/2016.
  • 6 "Audit: New York Schools Lost Track of Computers, Tablets," WNYC.org, 12/02/2014.