Ector County ISD is a public school district based in Odessa, Texas. With 38 campuses and over 32,000 students, ECISD is a growing district in a booming region. Ector County is notably home to three high schools, the most well-known being Permian High School, the subject of the book Friday Night Lights.
09/2019- Hayes Software Systems, the leader in K-12 asset management, announced the hire of Kristen Broome as Chief Financial Officer. As the company’s first Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Kristen will be responsible for all of the company’s financial functions including accounting, audit, treasury, corporate finance and investor relations, and human resources activities. Her career spans more than 19 years of varied experience in accounting and finance, business leadership and corporate strategy. Continue reading “Hayes Software Systems Announces Hire of Kristen Broome as company’s first Chief Financial Officer”
Effective September 1st, 2019, HB 396 allows school districts and open-enrollment charter schools to use funds allotted from the instructional materials and technology fund to purchase inventory software or systems for storing and accessing instructional materials.
This summer, you’re hard at work getting ready for the upcoming school year, and we’re hard at work rolling out new updates that make TIPWeb-IT even better. Last week, we released a new enhancement that enables staff-led classroom inventory checks.
This week we’ve added a new Model End of Life Reporting feature designed to help your district plan for asset end of service and replacement. Chromebooks have and continue to dominate the K-12 education market and ensuring the devices used in the classroom everyday are receiving device updates is not only relevant but crucial.
This summer, you’re hard at work getting everything ready for the upcoming school year, and we’re hard at work rolling out new updates that make GetHelp work better for you. Last week, we rolled out the powerful new GetHelp Analytics feature that allows you to run dynamic reports that identify bottlenecks and streamline workflows.
We’re excited to welcome a new enhancement that allows you to add sub-problems to problem types in GetHelp. You can now use GetHelp more effectively across multiple departments in your district, streamline workflows, and generate valuable reporting.
GetHelp is the integrated help desk solution that works seamlessly with TIPWeb-IT. With GetHelp, your district can manage tickets with ease, streamlining workflows, and providing a snapshot of the use and health of your entire district’s assets…. And it just got more powerful. In the latest update, we’ve added dynamic insights designed for K-12, allowing users to create reports that identify bottlenecks and streamline workflows.
This summer, Rabun County is implementing TIPWeb-IT to inventory assets and rollout a 1:1 initiative to 9th graders in the county. In addition to gaining an asset management system that can grow as the district grows, Rabun is implementing a cloud-based, integrated help desk software built for the unique needs of K-12 education. GetHelp is the modern K-12 help desk solution designed to work seamlessly with TIPWeb-IT.
Washington Unified School District is a growing district in West Sacramento serving 8000 students across 15 campuses. We’re excited to welcome them as the newest member of the Hayes family!
Previously, Washington USD’s system for inventory and asset management wasn’t allowing administrators to streamline their process and communicate efficiently between different departments. This resulted in challenges with inventory and reporting, leaving the district vulnerable when it came to accurate asset tracking and audit preparation.