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Anaheim City School District Selects Textbook Management System from Hayes Software Systems
Decision to Implement TIPWeb-IM is Based on Hayes’ Expertise in K-12 Textbook and Materials Management
By upgrading its textbook and material management with TIPWeb-IM software, the Anaheim City School District can anticipate gaining several advantages, including real-time inventory accounting, streamlined material tracking, and greater accountability for and transparency of all textbooks and material across the District, including assignments to students.
To evaluate its inventory control options and find a solution that met its exact needs, the Anaheim City School District created a committee of District staff members involved in textbook management. The committee found that Hayes’ TIPWeb-IM web-based software system best matched their needs, largely because it is specifically tailored for K-12 instructional materials management right out-of-the-box.
With TIPWeb-IM Anaheim City can expect to gain greater efficiency by reducing the number of steps and staff member hours involved in textbook management. Further, Anaheim City is looking forward to managing textbook surpluses and deficits across its schools with TIPWeb-IM’s reporting capabilities, thereby, ensuring that all students receive the textbooks they need, as per the 2004 Williams-Settlement law, without the District needing to make unnecessary textbook purchases. The law requires that all California public schools provide one textbook in four core subject areas for every student for use in the classroom with the ability to take it home to complete required homework assignments.
“We are pleased that the Anaheim City School District appreciates Hayes’ singular focus on K-12 instructional material management,”
About Hayes Software Systems
By incorporating respected methodologies with the unique needs of education professionals for over 24 years, Hayes helps over 5,500 schools across 37 states, including 25 of the top 100 largest districts in the country, implement inventory control solutions. Hayes is a privately held company specializing in inventory automation solutions and consulting services to support K-12 instructional technology and instructional material accountability. While primarily servicing K-12 school systems, Hayes also has customers in higher education, state agencies, and government entities. For more information, visit www.hayessoft.com.
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Hayes Software Systems