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Hayes Software Systems launches implementation plan for mid-sized districts

June 29th, 2016

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The Basic Implementation Plan is specifically designed for school districts looking to quick start their TIPWeb-IT software

Hayes Software Systems, a provider of inventory control software and services for the K-12 education market, announced a new software implementation plan developed for mid-sized school districts. The plan will allow these districts focused on efficiently tracking and managing their assets with an automated inventory system to get up and running in as little as 15 days.

“We continue to listen to our customers within the education space, and this new option is a great example of that. Some school systems may not need the full scope of services that we offer, and yet they still want a solution to achieve their inventory control goals. We developed a more streamlined and out-of-the-box approach to provide an opportunity for all districts to take advantage of our premium asset management system,” said Matt Winebright, President and CEO of Hayes Software Systems. “One of the reasons we’re having such great success is that we continue to stay nimble and make proactive business decisions. Now we can reach an even bigger segment of the market.”

Just as with Hayes Software Systems’ Enterprise Implementation Plan, school districts will be able to track unlimited assets across the district, create an unlimited number of user profiles in TIPWeb-IT, and receive unlimited phone and email customer support for all software users. Customers can also attend free, pre-scheduled, virtual training sessions to understand the functionality of TIPWeb-IT and ensure they are maximizing all it has to offer.

Designed for districts with less than 10,000 students, The Basic Implementation Plan is ideal for those who want a superior software system, but don’t require personalized training sessions or a dedicated project manager. Customization options are also available to support asset management processes and system adoption, like onsite user training or a student information system integration, to further ensure data quality and user satisfaction.

There are over 10,000 districts across the United States that can now take advantage of a premium inventory system. TIPWeb-IT is uniquely designed to address these challenges they face every day:

• Implementing 1:1 initiatives
• Managing the influx of assets in the classroom
• Complying with the requirements of federally funded purchases, like E-Rate Category 2
• Satisfying federal and state audit expectations

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