Knowledge as a Service, Inc. and Bonavia Properties, LLC Sign Strategic Partnership

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December 6, 2021
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WICHITA, KS (December 2, 2021) – Knowledge as a Service, Inc. (KaaS) and Bonavia Properties today announced a strategic partnership, which includes a five-year lease agreement for office space in Downtown Wichita’s iconic Garvey Center as well as an investment by Bonavia in KaaS’ disruptive learning software, Ringorang®.

The five-year lease agreement with Bonavia offers KaaS the use of 5,500 square feet of custom office space in Garvey Center Plaza, where KaaS will make its new headquarters.

Bonavia also invested in KaaS, both through its Wefunder equity crowdfunding campaign and through the Angel Investor Tax Credit program offered by the Kansas Department of Revenue.  

“We are thrilled to partner with KaaS,” said Bonavia Chief Executive Officer Nick Bonavia.

Read the full press release in the Wichita Business Journal:

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About Bonavia Properties

Beginning with ties to agriculture in the western U.S. and real estate development in Wichita, Kansas – Bonavia Properties ( has been committed to developing the Wichita community, deeply rooted by a family that has helped the city in which it is headquartered to flourish for four generations. In 2015, the company moved from Nevada and relocated its corporate headquarters to Wichita at the Garvey Center which it purchased in 2016. Bonavia Properties continues to build on its core strength in Agriculture and Commercial Real Estate while seeking out new opportunities and interests.

About Knowledge as a Service, Inc.

Founded in 2019, Knowledge as a Service, Inc.’s mission is to support companies and organizations making a shift away from traditional ineffective corporate learning models toward behavior changing habit formation. Its product Ringorang® uses microlearning and gamification to improve human performance through habit formation that changes attitudes and drives value. By aligning business outcomes with employee development and incremental improvement, Ringorang empowers people by providing the tools they need to command their own performance – both at work and out in the world. KaaS has worked with customers such as NV Energy, Penn Medicine, Verizon Wireless, and has collaborated extensively with the U.S. Department of Energy. Learn more at