TCPN members can save time and money on K-12 inventory control solutions.
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Anaheim City School District has become the most recent school district to take advantage of the partnership between Hayes Software Systems and Eagle Software.
At James Bowie High School in Austin, TX, administrators have successfully aligned with their motto, “Pride in Performance,” with the implementation of an instructional material inventory management system that has greatly increased both efficiency of process and loss prevention. Managing inventory at Bowie High School is no small feat. As part of the fifth largest school district in Texas, Bowie H.S. serves over 2,800 9th -12th graders, and has over 200 faculty and staff members.
The new system will help staff increase accuracy, efficiency, and support future refresh and purchase planning.
Custom integration services automate fixed asset, purchasing module records with a district's inventory management system for the day-to-day management and assignment of district purchases.
Hayes Software Systems Delivers Personalized Consultative Engagement Services for K-12 Asset Management
Consultative services help school districts overcome emerging inventory control challenges.
New processes and software system will help the district increase inventory management accuracy.
Hayes Software Systems, the leader in inventory control solutions for K-12 education administrators, today announced its partnership with Eagle Software, a leader in student data administration software. The partnership will allow school districts using Aeries Student Information System to seamlessly integrate with the TIPWeb inventory management platform, enabling schools to manage the complex processes of assigning instructional materials and devices to staff and students.
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