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Willis ISD adds Hayes’ Asset Management and Help Desk Services

Willis Independent School District has been a customer of Hayes Software Systems since 2009. With 9 campuses and over 7500 students enrolled across Montgomery and part of San Jacinto County, Willis ISD a growing K-12 Texas school district nestled between the Sam Houston National Forest and Lake Conroe.

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GetHelp Launches Mobile View

GetHelp, K-12 specific help desk software, has launched a mobile view – making it more convenient to manage tickets on the go. The GetHelp mobile view gives school technicians the flexibility to create, view, assign, and edit tickets from their mobile device enabling them to respond to customer requests and resolve issues faster. Photos taken from your mobile device can be added to a new or existing ticket as attachments to document damage or device details. Continue reading “GetHelp Launches Mobile View”

GetHelp Adds Google Integration for Streamlined Authentication

April 29, 2019 – GetHelp, a K-12 software platform for help desk ticket management, has launched a new single sign-on product for Google. Students and staff can now use their Google Apps, Google Apps for Education or GSuite credentials to create and oversee their work order tickets for issues and requests of school district staff.

In addition to sending an email or calling a technical support help line to receive district assistance, staff and students can simply visit the districts’ GetHelp user portal and enter their Google account username and password to submit an electronic request.

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Hayes Software Systems Announces Hire of Kunal Ashar as Chief Technology Officer

March 5, 2019 – Hayes Software Systems, the leader in inventory control solutions for K-12 education, announces the hire of Kunal Ashar as Chief Technology Officer. Ashar brings over twenty years of experience to Hayes as a technology leader specializing in cloud-based software solutions in the education space.
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National Leader in Education Technology, Blue Valley School District in Kansas, Chooses TIPWeb-IT to Manage 1:1 Devices

Blue Valley School District Logo February 26, 2019 – Blue Valley School District, the fourth largest school district in Kansas, has chosen Hayes Software Systems’ TIPWeb-IT inventory management software to streamline their oversight of 15,000 1:1 student devices. The district, a nationally recognized leader in education technology, will now be able to manage the complete lifecycle of their assets and better support teaching and learning for their 22,000 students. Continue reading “National Leader in Education Technology, Blue Valley School District in Kansas, Chooses TIPWeb-IT to Manage 1:1 Devices”

Second Largest District in Washington, Spokane Public Schools, Chooses TIPWeb-IT to Manage Assets

Spokane Public Schools LogoFebruary 12, 2019 – Hayes Software Systems’ TIPWeb-IT asset management system was selected by Spokane Public Schools, the second largest school district in Washington state. The district-wide solution will optimize inventory processes across 47 campuses to support the district’s 30,000 students. Continue reading “Second Largest District in Washington, Spokane Public Schools, Chooses TIPWeb-IT to Manage Assets”

Hayes Software Systems Announces Promotion of Mario Torres as Chief Revenue Officer

November 28, 2018 – Hayes Software Systems, the leader in inventory control solutions for K-12 education, announced the promotion and appointment of Mario Torres as Chief Revenue Officer. As CRO, Torres oversees operations of revenue-generating direct and channel sales teams.

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Houston ISD Adds RFID Technology to Efficiently Verify the Locations of Student 1:1 Technology Assets

September 12, 2018 – Houston Independent School District, the seventh largest school district in the country, has added radio frequency identification (RFID) functionality to their suite of inventory control solutions provided by Hayes Software Systems.

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Hayes Software Systems Named an Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Privately Held Company for the Fourth Time

August 22, 2018 — Hayes Software Systems, the leading inventory control software company for school districts, is proud to announce that Inc. magazine has named Hayes to its 37th annual Inc. 5000, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within America’s independent businesses.

This marks the fourth time Hayes has appeared on the Inc. 5000 list. Of the thousands of companies that are considered for the Inc. 5000, only a fraction appears on the list more than once and only one in six have made the list four times.

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Second Largest School District in South Carolina, Charleston County School District, Chooses TIPWeb-IT for Asset Management

August 16, 2018  Charleston County School District (CCSD), the second largest school district in South Carolina and 109th largest in the U.S., has selected TIPWeb-IT to streamline their asset management. The district-wide implementation will standardize inventory control processes across 85 campuses to serve their 50,000 students more efficiently.

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