Midway Independent School District in Waco, TX struggled to track their inventory with an in-house database that siloed information at the district level. Campus staff were so frustrated with processes that they kept their own inventory records in spreadsheets, resulting in inconsistencies between district and campus records. With the launch of a 1:1 initiative looming, Midway ISD knew they needed to improve inventory processes so they could hold students, staff, and campuses accountable for technology assets.
Read on to learn how Midway ISD:
- Significantly improved the accuracy of and time spent on audits
- Increased confidence in data and accountability of assets
- Achieved real-time visibility and improved inventory efficiency