Success Stories
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Our History

ProComputing has been providing the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex with Apple® brand products and computer solutions since 1988. We are proud to have grown into a five million dollar company providing equipment and services to corporate, small business, education, and home users.

Executive Team

Michael & Cherri McKinstry

Michael and Cherri McKinstry founded ProComputing in 1988. Over the past 20+ years they have worked together building a team of dedicated professionals to bring 21st century classrooms to Texas. As parents, they believe the saying “Our Children Are Our Future” and with their team strive to empower teachers to make our “Future” bright.
Vice President of Technical Services – Jim Isbell Jim Isbell graduated from UNT in 1989 with a BA degree and joined ProComputing in Oct. of 1990. He worked as an Apple service technician for many years. In 2004 he attained an Apple Certified System Administrator certification from Apple Computers. He is currently responsible for operations of all the Promethean installation activities throughout the state of Texas.

Success Stories

Texas School for the Deaf
“Having our students engaged in learning is a constant challenge,” said Mari Liles, Director of Technology for TSD. “Couple that with the advanced accountability and student achievement issues required by the No Child Left Behind federal education mandate, we really had our work cut out for us….
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Washoe County
“Students are more engaged because they can hear what is happening. All our teachers have noticed their voices do not suffer the strain they had experienced before. It has been a well-spent addition to our District’s budget. Adding teacher well-being and satisfaction is the frosting on the cake!”…
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Chalkboard Digitized in Fort Worth
When kids in Fort Worth head back to school, they’ll find new technology in the classroom. Teachers there have replaced the old chalkboards and whiteboards with new interactive digital boards…
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Sulphur Springs ISD
Sulphur Springs ISD is going high tech by trading in their chalk boards for more interactive ways to increase student achievement…
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How Will We Teach: What Will Schools Look Like a Decade from Now? (NBC News)
It’s difficult to predict how schools will change in the next ten years. Many districts have five year plans, but a decade is tough to forecast. One thing they know for sure is that classrooms of the future will be minus traditional textbooks…