On the campus of Weber State in Utah, Tyler Cahoon in the University’s Tech Store works closely with LocknCharge to bridge any gaps on campus for managing mobile devices. Tyler describes the role of the Tech Store as multi-faceted; one of the store’s main responsibilities is to work with the campus departments and colleges to ensure their technology needs are met.
The Tech Store is more service focused than a retail entity and meet regularly with Department Deans and Lead professors. For any opportunity where management of mobile devices are needed, Tyler and his team are quick to propose LocknCharge’s product range of carts, wall cages and fixed charging solutions for mobile devices.
Tyler states “We are always looking for different solutions – products that will make a difference and fill the technology gaps we see on campus. LocknCharge’s range of products are just what we were looking for.”