Extend the native capabilities of G Suite to better manage your Chromebook inventory. G Suite sync also makes it possible to trigger processes in VIZOR, like notifications, based on a device's organizational unit.
Track and diagnose each repair and its associated cost with VIZOR. Repair costs can be charged back to schools, faculties, students or parents.
Easily manage mass Chromebook allocation to students. VIZOR also integrates with barcoding systems to accelerate device distribution, loans and returns.
VIZOR syncs with the Google Admin Console (G Suite) so your Chromebook inventory is always accurate. Trigger VIZOR processes, such as notifications, based on a device's organizational unit membership. Optionally import student and staff data from School Information Systems (SIS) such as PowerSchool.
Whether you have a 1:1 program, order Chromebooks in bulk or purchase a few at a time, VIZOR helps you distribute your devices. Keep track of which schools have which laptops, who is using which device, and when each one needs to be returned. This keeps students, teachers and staff accountable for their Chromebooks.
If your school lends Chromebooks to students for short-term periods, the check-in/check-out feature makes it easy to do. VIZOR keeps track of which devices are available to use and which ones are in storage or in repair. It sends reminders when to return the device and streamlines the process to replace a broken device.
Manage the costs, user(s) involved, and exactly what was repaired. VIZOR tracks the repairs of every device and flags those that go for repair more than 3 times (lemon assets). Thus, helping you keep an eye out for faulty devices and being proactive about using warranties. Further, VIZOR has a diagnostic built into the system with the most common Chromebook repairs.
Make changes to your Chromebook device metadata in bulk. For example, if you need to update a warranty for hundreds of devices, make the change in VIZOR and it will update all your Chromebooks at once. Other examples include updating vendor information, reallocating Chromebooks to another school and updating the status of the devices.