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The technology and infrastructure experts on our K-12 team can assess the current technology environment in your district and help you optimize your IT investment as well as investigate creative ideas like integrating mobile devices into your classrooms.

Technology Consulting for K-12 Schools

Plante Moran offers comprehensive services to K-12 education clients. We combine in-depth knowledge of the K-12 education industry with technical expertise. Technology Consulting & Solution services for K-12 education include:
  • Strategic technology planning
  • Bond issue assistance
  • USF assistance
  • Process redesign
  • Management information system selection and implementation
  • Technology design services including multimedia networks, cabling infrastructure, voice/video/data solutions, and instructional systems
  • Security reviews
  • Converged networks
  • Video surveillance / door access
  • IT staffing analysis
  • Implementation project management and acceptance testing
  • Communications cost reduction services (landline and wireless)
  • Renovation services
  • Web development

Additionally, our technology consultants have specific experience in the following systems:
  • Student management systems
  • Financial systems
  • Library management
  • Instructional learning and classroom management software and tools
  • Transportation systems

Contact Us

Judy Wright

877-622-2257, x33304






"If someone were to call me and ask what Plante Moran's technology specialists meant to the success of our video surveillance project, I'd begin by pointing out that they saved us more than 50 percent in vendor costs. Beyond that they gave us a sense of confidence that we were selecting the best new products to fit the needs of our district. They began working with us when we only had six buildings under surveillance, now we have all 29 of our buildings covered, utilizing the old equipment and supplementing it with new. I would say the Plante & Moran specialists I worked with are worth their weight in gold."

Kevin Galbraith, Executive Director of Technology
Wayne-Westland Community School District