May 17, 2017 – Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, the sixteenth largest district in the country, has selected TIPWeb-IT and TIPWeb-IM for asset and instructional material management. This comprehensive district-wide solution will be implemented across the K-12 school system’s 170 schools to benefit their 145,000 students.
Focused on ensuring a successful district-wide adoption of their inventory management system, CMS implemented a pilot program across several of the district’s campuses. After realizing that program wouldn’t be able to support their full inventory management needs, the district enlisted Hayes for help.
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May 9, 2017 – Akron selected TIPWeb-IT and TIPWeb-IM, both tailored specifically to the needs of K-12 districts, because they will allow the district to accurately and efficiently track the location and status of all their assets and textbooks. Unlike Akron’s former inventory processes, which required manual, time intensive, and inefficient processes, the TIPWeb product suite will enable district administrators and support staff to record, track, and report on their inventory quickly and easily. Previously, the district’s inventory was tracked in multiple disparate inventory spreadsheets, which led to data inconsistencies and confusion over the location and ownership of inventory, especially when managing the district’s recent 1:1 initiative.
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March 17, 2017 – Mesa Public Schools, the largest public school district in the state of Arizona, has selected Hayes Software Systems’ TIPWeb-IT for asset inventory management, inspired by their 1:1 initiative.
Mesa’s partnership with Hayes was sparked by our ability to help streamline inventory efficiencies, increase accountability, and deliver transparency, specifically when managing the implementation and oversight of Mesa’s 1:1 initiative. Mesa’s switch to TIPWeb-IT, a system tailored specifically to the needs of K-12 districts, will allow them to accurately and efficiently track the location and status of 1:1 assets across various schools.
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March 14, 2017 – Hayes Software Systems, the leader in inventory control software and services for the K-12 education market, announced its recent acquisition by Transition Capital Partners (“TCP”) effective February 28, 2017. Mike Hayes, the company’s former Chairman, will transition to a consultative role while Matt Winebright remains as the President and CEO.
Incorporated in 1990, Hayes provides SaaS software and service solutions designed to educate school districts on how to best manage their inventories. Now serving 31 of the largest 100 school districts in the country, this investment by TCP propels the continued momentum for Hayes.
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February 22, 2017 – Chicago Public Schools, the third largest district in the U.S., has selected Hayes Software Systems to manage their technology and textbook inventory. In a competitive RFP process, Hayes was the awarded vendor chosen to help CPS track over 4,000,000 technology assets, capital assets, and instructional materials across 531 campuses.
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October 10, 2016 – Rockford Public Schools, the third largest school district in Illinois, has selected Hayes Software Systems’ TIPWeb-IT for asset inventory management. This comprehensive, district-wide solution will be implemented across the K-12 school system’s 39 campuses to benefit over 28,000 students and 4,700 staff. Continue reading “Rockford Public Schools Selects TIPWeb-IT for District-wide Inventory Oversight”
June 27, 2016 – In another example of Hayes Software Systems’ rapid growth, the company has added John Mellios as Director of Client Services to continue to build their consulting services department. With over 15 years of K-12 experience, Mellios understands the unique needs of school districts and the challenges they face every day. He has been employed by large urban districts such as Chicago Public Schools, Oakland Unified School District, Prince George’s County Public Schools, and Baltimore City Public Schools. Continue reading “Hayes Software Systems Adds John Mellios as Director of Client Services”
May 1, 2016 – Hayes Software Systems, the leader in inventory control software and services for the K-12 education market, announced the appointment of Matt Winebright as the Company’s new President and Chief Executive Officer effective June 1, 2016. Michael Hayes, Co-founder and former Chief Executive Officer, will remain active in the business as Chairman of Hayes’ Board of Directors. Continue reading “Hayes Software Systems Names Matt Winebright as Chief Executive Officer”
April 20, 2016 – Northside Independent School District, the fourth largest school district in Texas and 27th largest in the U.S., has selected Hayes Software Systems’ TIPWeb-IT for asset inventory management. This comprehensive, district-wide solution will be implemented across the K-12 school system’s 117 campuses to benefit over 100,000 students and 13,000 staff. Continue reading “Northside ISD Selects Hayes Software Systems to Automate Asset Management”
January 7, 2016 – Matt Winebright has been promoted to President of Hayes Software Systems, the leader in inventory control solutions for K-12 education administrators. He will take over this role from Michael Hayes, who will remain as the company’s CEO. Continue reading “Hayes Software Systems Announces New President”