A technology-driven education system supports and encourages educational institutions to impart education to students in a digitally rich environment. It uses information, resources, and professional development opportunities to transform traditional teaching methodologies. Teachers can employ such systems to enhance the learning experience for students, engage students using multimedia technologies, and improve the dissemination of knowledge using an array of tools like digital text, graphics, interactive presentations, and audiovisual content. The increased competition in the labor market coupled with the widening skills gap has increased the focus on education standards regarding productivity and performance delivery. Therefore, the education industry is increasingly adopting digital learning as a means of imparting effective skills-based education. This is significantly enhancing the quality of education and has made the learning environment more effective. This, in turn, has fueled the demand for educational tools and devices such as desktops, projectors, and sound systems.