Your software solution is only as effective as your internal implementation plan for your district to fully benefit from the technology. Setting the stage for success starts with ensuring new policies and procedures to achieve your future goals become a part of your district’s culture. One of the most important parts of this process is assigning roles and responsibilities to employees in your district who contribute to inventory control.Comments: 0 Read more
5 Inventory System Integration Trends You Need to Know About - Part Two: Systems Management Software
In part two of our five part series on inventory system integration trends, we will discuss ways your systems management and inventory management software can be valuable complements to each other by helping reduce manual data entry and increase information transparency of laptops, tablets, desktops, and smartphones.
Others systems we’ll be addressing in our series include purchasing, fixed asset, help desk, and cash management. Check back to our blog for future installments of the series.Comments: 0 Read more
To start the year off on the right foot, we recommend you take another look at your onboarding process. A comprehensive onboarding program for employees will ensure your inventory management procedures are understood and correctly carried out by those new to the role this year (or those who need a refresher!). Here are some ideas you might consider including that other textbook coordinators have successfully implemented in their districts.Comments: 0 Read more
5 Inventory Management Implementation Tips Straight From Tyler ISD’s Instructional Technology Specialist
We’ve enlisted Tyler ISD’s Instructional Technology Specialist Robin Salars to give her insight into how districts should approach inventory management system implementation. Read on as Robin shares the top five tips she learned while assisting with Tyler ISD’s transition from tracking inventory through multiple spreadsheets to using a centralized inventory management system.Comments: 0 Read more
As the semester winds down, school district instructional materials coordinators begin looking ahead to their end of year processes. With everything that your campuses need to complete this time of year, you may start to feel overwhelmed about getting your coordinators to quickly accomplish these processes. But fear not! We’ve compiled a list of best practices that will help you ensure campus staff know expectations and account for their materials as efficiently as possible.Comments: 0 Read more