Welcome to Digital Pipeline Africa
DPA understands that there’s a tremendous need for affordable computers in Africa. This is because many learning institutions, community organizations and SMEs may find it difficult to raise enough capital to purchase IT equipment due to their costly nature. Consequently, millions of people are alienated from; educational and socio-economic benefits computers offer. This reality sheds light on the need for low cost refurbished PCs acquired to deliver tremendous value for schools and the communities that need affordable access to computer equipment.
In the event that a client does not want to own a computer; we provide IT managed services where he/ she can lease. Our vision is to ensure that no individual or business is digitally marginalized. By choosing to lease, the client avoids the full cost and inherent risks that come with ownership. Such risks include; obsolete technology, depreciation in value and breakage.
DPA seeks to enhance knowledge and access to information in a safe environment. This is why it runs an E-Waste disposition and recycling centre that is certified by the National Environment Management Authority- Kenya. This ensures all electronics that have reached end of life don’t end up in a landfill or disposed informally posing harm to the environment and human health.
Our Products and Services
1. ICT Managed Services
This product allows you to get: Computers, Servers, Printers Photocopiers and Scanners without digging deep into your company’s cash reserve hence getting ROI.
2. IT Asset Recovery
AVR allows for maximizing the value of unused end-of-life assets through effective reuse or divestment. Divestment is the reduction of some kind of asset for a financial objective
3. Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher (MAR)
Microsoft Authorized Refurbishers (MAR) provides customers with a professionally refurbished computer: Preinstalled with a legitimate Microsoft software license.
4. IT Asset Disposition
ITAD is the process of either; scrapping, recycling, donating, or disposing an asset. The process involves removing the asset from an organization’s books.