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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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.
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.
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.
April 2, 2018 – School District U-46 in Elgin, Illinois has selected Hayes Software Systems’s TIPWeb-IT and TIPWeb-IM solutions to track and manage over 600,000 technology assets and instructional materials. With the addition of SD U-46 as a valued customer, Hayes now works with the three largest school districts in Illinois, including Chicago Public Schools and Rockford Public Schools, supporting 22% of public school students in the state.
March 7, 2018 — Hayes Software Systems, the industry leader in asset management software and services for the K-12 education market, will release an upgraded integration between Hayes’ asset management system TIPWeb-IT and Aeries Student Information System (SIS). The partnership will allow school districts utilizing TIPWeb-IT to integrate with Aeries SIS, allowing individuals to quickly view details about an asset’s assignment.
September 28, 2017 – Hayes Software Systems, the leader in inventory control software and services for the K-12 education market, announced the promotion of Anna Maxin as Chief Operating Officer, effective immediately. She will report directly to CEO and President, Matt Winebright. With over 15 years of experience working in the K-12 software industry at Hayes, Maxin understands the unique needs of school districts and the inventory control challenges they face every day.
July 27, 2017 – Hayes Software Systems, the leader in asset management software and services for the K-12 education market, announced it has been named one of the Best Places to Work in the Small category by Austin Business Journal. This is a testament to the passion behind Hayes’ employees, who strive to help educators solve the challenges they face by providing solutions to empower school administrators. To learn more about Hayes’ culture and career opportunities, please visit www.hayessoft.com/about-us.
June 26, 2017 – Hayes Software Systems, the leader in asset management software and services for the K-12 education market, has announced the release of a help desk product scheduled for October 1, 2017. GetHelp is a cloud-based help desk solution that will revolutionize how K-12 school districts provide asset management support to students, staff, and teachers.
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.