—Technology firm able to provide Routers, Chromebooks, iPads and Other Hardware —
DUBLIN, OH (March 8, 2021)—T-CETRA, a leading technology solution provider headquartered in Dublin, OH, has announced their official Ohio Department of Education vendor status for K-12 Ohio Schools. T-CETRA can now provide a variety of technology products and services to schools and school districts across Ohio including routers, Chromebooks, tablets, laptops, hotspots, and other customized hardware needs in addition to a variety of data plans.
T-CETRA recognized that the inequity of broadband internet access intensified during state- mandated COVID-19 remote learning and responded to the challenge. T-CETRA’s goal in this initiative is to provide technology solutions that ensure no student is left behind, particularly in underserved and rural Ohio counties.
“We are thrilled to work with Ohio Department of Education to help bridge the digital divide during COVID-19 and beyond for Ohio’s K-12 students. We believe in equity in education regardless of income or place of residence and wanted to play a part in enabling equal access to technology for educational purposes. The digital divide was brought to the fore during COVID-19 but certainly won’t be solved once students resume to in-person instruction. As
CARES Act funding is available for district needs, we know districts will want to act now to make technology investments for their future” according to Abdul Akel, Co-Founder and CEO of T- CETRA.
T-CETRA is a trusted technology procurement resource for government agencies and education institutions. The company activates 200,000 wireless devices per month and retains in-house capabilities to procure, kit, and ship a variety of technology products throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico. T-CETRA provides access to essential products and services that underserved communities rely upon through longstanding relationships with Verizon, AT&T, TracFone, Amazon, Google and other enterprise providers.
T-CETRA is a leading financial technology enabler that converts cash payments into secure, auditable, cashless transactions at over 10,000 retail locations in the U.S. and Puerto Rico that primarily serve cash preferred customers. Our payment solutions bridge the digital divide for these underserved communities and are used by Fortune 500 companies within the wireless, online marketplace, subscription based premium service, transportation, healthcare, charitable, and government sectors, connecting them to the 84.8 million un/derbanked individuals in the U.S.
Media Contact: Heidi Ames, Communications Manager