At Dallas Independent School District, staff was struggling to continue to use an outdated, DOS-based system from the ’90s to track instructional materials across their 224 schools. The district knew something had to change when a single school recorded a $300,000 inventory loss, and the district was threatened with a lawsuit for the delay students experienced receiving their required textbooks.
See how Dallas ISD:
- Saved over $900,000 by improving inventory oversight
- Decreased staff time spent on inventory tracking
- Improved textbook distribution so now all students receive required materials in a timely manner