Costly Assets, Economical Repair
Hardware equipments are costly assets that require timely servicing and installation of updates for durability and long lasting life.Non maintenance of hardware assets can render them useless. Also equipments often require unviable hardware replacement that can hurt the finances. Hence the organization looks forward to save revenue and help in enhancing national economy by providing economically viable maintenance and repairing services with minimization of e-Waste.
MICA honours the
value of clients
MICA honours the value of clients’ assets and money; therefore ‘Jaan Tek’ a unit of MICA with its team of experienced hardware engineers is committed towards pocket friendly hardware solution for a wide array of computer architecture requirement like Networking, Assembling of Computer, Installation of Software, Lab Set-up etc. MICA focuses more on maintenance and conservation of assets rather than costly replacement thus saving time and money of clients.
Initially; in the year 1997 the organization with the support of few young minds used to provide full suite of solution to help in better management & utilization of hardware assets and reduce maintenance expenses to save revenue. Gradually with its reliable services by its own team of dedicated hardware engineers and trouble-shooters who have expertise in the area of networking, electrical setup, computer hardware and peripheral mechanism; the unit marked its presence in Jharkhand, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal.
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Hardware & Maintenance Services

Networking

Hardware maintenance

Hardware assistance for Smart Classes

CCTV installation and maintenance

UPS repair and maintenance

I.T. related electrical support


Unique Selling Proposition (USP)

Instant Onsite Hardware Troubleshooting

Cost Effective Solutions

Upgradation to State of the Art Technology

Instant Troubleshooting and Maintenance

Latest and Enhanced Services / Equipments

Design of New Circuit / Equipment installation


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Dame Judith Hackitt’s final report has made a number of recommendations that will have significant implications for the construction industry. They are passed into law.