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Superpower Your Audits

Physical inventories can be so daunting. Countless mundane hours of touching every single asset across your district, manually counting mobile devices, projectors, access points, server rooms, and everything in between is dull, time-consuming, and leaves room for human error. Imagine if you could magically inventory everything within 14 feet of you in a few seconds,   Well… Actually, you can! Not with...

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How BIG is Your Inventory Responsibility? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Find your district's total inventory value below to understand the scale of your inventory responsibility. School districts own and support more inventory than ever. With that comes a large responsibility to track, manage, and audit your inventory to ensure you're being good stewards of taxpayer dollars. Find your district's inventory value below to understand how large that responsibility is. Inventory management tools...

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The Best Time of Year to Conduct an Inventory Audit (Hint: It’s not May!)

Think you know the best time to audit inventory? Consider these 5 reasons to change your audit schedule. By Gena Blankenship Many districts complete inventory audits at the end of the academic school year when staff, teachers, and students are already stressed to the max. Often, crazy schedules and competing priorities cause the audit to go undone, forcing you to use inaccurate...

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Barcodes: Necessary Feature or Textbook Inventory Management Roadblock?

By Jessica Zaleski There are important situations where barcode scanning is an important feature for your inventory management solution. In a school where textbooks are individually assigned to students or teachers, it is critical for accountability to have the capability to identify each individual book and its “owner” by the unique barcode number. This link means that when materials are returned,...

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Auditing School Technology Assets – 3 V’s to Avoid Headaches

By Anna Maxin As a district administrator, you know how difficult it is to keep accurate track of the technology assets being purchased and assigned to schools.  Ideally, your department is able to track inventory information to demonstrate what you have, where it is located, and how old it is. However, you know that your asset spreadsheet is only as accurate as...

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