Washington USD chooses Hayes for Inventory Management

Washington Unified School District is a growing district in West Sacramento serving 8000 students across 15 campuses. We’re excited to welcome them as the newest member of the Hayes family!

Previously, Washington USD’s system for inventory and asset management wasn’t allowing administrators to streamline their process and communicate efficiently between different departments. This resulted in challenges with inventory and reporting, leaving the district vulnerable when it came to accurate asset tracking and audit preparation.


This summer, Washington USD is implementing TIPWeb-IT to inventory all tech and band equipment, creating fresh and accurate audit history, and integrating with Aeries for comprehensive data management.

By upgrading to TIPWeb-IT, the district’s asset management system will be streamlined, giving administrators confidence in each asset they have available, where that asset lives, and how its being used. Hayes Software Systems also supports the integration between asset management system TIPWeb-IT and Aeries Student Information System (SIS).

The integration with Aeries SIS “ensures student information is always updated and ready for device assignment,” says a neighboring district’s Director of Technology.

As a member of the Hayes family, growing Independent School Districts like Washington USD are supported by a team of inventory control experts who care about success. Learn how TIPWeb-IT can save your district time and money by scheduling a demo today.


About Hayes Software Systems

By offering SaaS software and services tailor-made for the unique needs of education professionals for nearly 30 years, Hayes has helped over 8,000 schools, including 35 of the largest 100 districts in the country, implement asset management solutions.

Hayes is a privately held company specializing in asset management software and services to support K-12 inventory accountability. While primarily servicing K-12 school systems, Hayes also has customers in higher education, state agencies, and government entities.

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