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Boone Center, Inc. Receives Computer Donation from EFC International
Nonprofit given nearly $16,000 worth of technology from company's St. Louis division
By: Boone Center, Inc.
The equipment includes 28 Dell desktop computers, two Dell laptop computers and 16 Surface Pro tablets with keyboards. The donation enables BCI team members to more efficiently provide real-time documentation. The tablets, which will allow data entry during safety walk-throughs, provide continuous on-site technology accessibility to ensure overall communication. BCI uses SETWorks, a cloud-based system that specializes in disability service agencies and supports its employees' specific personal and work-related needs.
"I'm so very glad that the equipment is providing substantial value for BCI," said Reid Krueger, Operations and Facilities Manager at EFC International. "I'm proud that I was in the right place at the right company to be able to steer this technology to one of the best places I can imagine to donate it to."
"We will use the donated desktop computers to complete our Windows 7 computer phase out project," said BCI Information Analyst Nikki Weiss. "All the desktops that EFC International gave to us are very efficient Windows 10 machines. We had originally budgeted replacing only five machines per quarter, so this donation created a huge cost savings for BCI."
Founded in 1959, Boone Center, Inc. (BCI) enriches the lives of adults with disabilities by providing a wide selection of employment opportunities. The nonprofit's Employment Continuum Model focuses on full employment combined with ongoing support for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Headquartered at 200 Trade Center Dr. W in St. Peters, Mo., BCI currently employs more than 300 adults with disabilities at its production facilities and through its competitive employment programs. For more information, call (636) 978-4300 or visit http://www.boonecenter.com.