Acer for Education has expanded its exclusive ecosystem of partners and solutions and formed a strategic relationship with LEBA, a Danish company that designs and develops charging storage solutions to keep IT equipment secure.
Acer says the partnership will be “highly critical in helping the education sector in the digitalisation journey”.
Acer for Education considers its ecosystem the key to drive value to schools, working to build a more comprehensive and tightly knit ecosystem. Thanks to its ecosystem, Acer for Education is committed to making learning “more effective and engaging” by bringing new ideas, products and services to life.
Founded in 2005, LEBA has more than 15 years of experience in developing, designing and producing charging and storage products to meet the needs of schools and education institutions.
Designed and developed in Europe, LEBA products are flexible and the modular system build makes for a fast and easy service. They also feature a unique security solution that fits all carts. They come with two sets of robust handles and feature an advanced electrical system protection for all devices. Wheels with ball bearings makes the carts easy to manoeuvre, while separate locks on front and rear protect the devices from theft.
“We believe the partnership with LEBA will add great value to our portfolio of products and solutions for the education market,” commented Massimiliano Rossi, Vice President – EMEA Product Business Unit, Acer for Education.
“This collaboration will make the digital teaching environment easier and more straightforward by helping to make Acer devices ready to be used in lessons, throughout the day.”
Anders Marschall, LEBA Innovation A/S, added: “Our partnership with Acer will not only add great value to solutions for the education market in general – it will simply support students around Europe experiencing an easier day at schools.
“One of our meaningful purposes within LEBA is to secure that children can have trouble free lessons where all their digital tools are powered and stored securely – without power their devices will simply not work, and students and teachers might lose meaningful time.”