Successfully transforming your organization isn’t just about software…
You might have the best tools and the most powerful engine, but you need the right people and the right processes in place to ensure your system is performing at maximum capacity.
Districts across the nation constantly face difficulties like lack of documentation, systems changing, or turnover at any level. As your district continuously improves, you want to get the most out of your investment, so preparing for these obstacles is crucial.
When it comes to managing inventory, an ERP system can absolutely help a school district track fixed assets, managing capital assets above a set monetary threshold. This fixed asset system can help administrators get a broader look at the data that matters to them from a financial perspective. However, when it comes to managing your district’s assets of walkable and instructional technology inventory in a comprehensive way that allows district administrators at all levels to make data-driven decisions, your fixed asset system can only take you so far.
Now more than ever, technology is being used as a powerful tool for education in classrooms across the nation. As schools gain more valuable assets that enhance education, inventory needs are increasing rapidly. It’s important to develop lasting organizational strategies to manage the resources needed to build a well-rounded learning environment.
Deploying an inventory strategy is essential when it comes to initially distributing assets, but also maintaining transparency throughout the lifetime of each asset. Unfortunately, inventory management is not without its challenges. Administrators and staff are already overwhelmed, losses can cost enormous amounts of money and time, and disorganization can result in vulnerability or in losing track of categorically funded assets. Additionally, manual data tracking leads to errors and other logistical nightmares.
The education landscape is changing, and at Hayes, we love being part of it!
A couple of weeks ago, Education Dive published a piece by Marquitta Mitchell of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools in North Carolina.Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools have been customers of Hayes Software Systems since 2017, utilizing our TIPWeb-IT & TIPWeb-IM to efficiently manage their assets and inventory.