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MDM vs. Physical Asset Management: What’s the difference, and do I need both?

If you are a district administrator or technology director, it's very likely your school has recently increased the amount of mobile technology and take home devices. It is also likely you're anticipating and preparing for the addition of even more devices in the next several years. Understanding and having confidence in your inventory data is crucial when planning how to invest...

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5 Things to Consider Before Purchasing a Help Desk for Your K-12 School District

How to Organize Your School District With a Help Desk Ticketing System   Technology specialists and technicians are the unsung heroes of school districts and often wear many hats in the course of a school day. Since the pandemic started, virtual learning has become the norm, so the need for tech support has increased exponentially.  If it seems like your support staff is...

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Better Together: ERP and Asset Management

So, You Want to Track Your Assets… 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...

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How Hayes Helps: Technology Directors

TIPWeb inventory control solutions provide access to the right data, at the right time to aid in the decision making process. TIPWeb-IT Asset Management Solution Ensure your district has the infrastructure required to manage future technology initiatives by implementing a centralized inventory control system for IT assets. Manage the entire life cycle of items for long-term investment budgeting:  utilize damage and age...

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How Hayes Helps: District Textbook Coordinators

TIPWeb inventory control solutions provides textbook coordinators with the ability to automate time consuming tasks involved with tracking textbooks to increase efficiency and save time. TIPWeb-IM Textbook Management Solution Ensure students and teachers have the materials for success with an effective textbook tracking program. Increase accountability at your campuses by identifying lost items to easily collect fines from students. TIPWeb-IM will ensure communication...

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How Hayes Helps: District Business and Financial Staff

TIPWeb inventory control solutions provide access to the right data, at the right time to aid in the decision-making process. TIPWeb-IT Asset Management Solution Meet the asset movement demands of modern school districts with a building level asset management solution designed to track non-capital assets. Stay regulatory compliant with quick access to funding source, purchase orders, and asset location information down to...

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How Hayes Helps: Assistant Principals

TIPWeb inventory control solutions are designed to help Assistant Principals automate labor intensive tasks to allow for more student instruction time. TIPWeb-IM Textbook Management Solution Ensure students and teachers have the materials for success with an effective textbook management program.  The results of using software to help manage clerical processes include accurate records, improved communication, increased accountability and greater material retention. Benefits of...

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How Hayes Helps: District Administrators

TIPWeb inventory control solutions are designed to help district administrators automate labor intensive tasks to increase efficiency and district oversight. TIPWeb-IT Asset Management Solution Meet the asset movement demands of modern school districts with a building level asset management solution designed to track items down to the student and teacher level. Have access to the data required for a complete, 360-degree view...

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3 Inventory Management Onboarding Best Practices From District Textbook Coordinators

By Jessica Zaleski Making sure your district inventory management procedures are followed starts at the beginning of the year. The first few weeks of the school year are the perfect time to help your new inventory management employees understand your district’s culture and your expectations as a textbook coordinator. To start the year off on the right foot, we recommend you take another...

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