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case study education inventory system

Balsz School District

Balsz School District, located in Phoenix, Arizona, consists of five school campuses with approximately 2,900 students enrolled. The district needed an easy-to-use and menu-driven asset tracking system to accurately track educational resources using barcode technology to save time and money, as well as to have complete control over the movement of their equipment.

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Belmont School of Nursing

Belmont University’s School of Nursing provides cutting-edge simulation laboratories designed to reproduce realistic practice settings for students to gain hands-on clinical experiences and enhance their skills. These labs require readily available resources for faculty and students to use for lessons and exercises. With the growing number of students and supplies in the school’s six clinical simulation labs (CSL’s), Belmont University needed a centralized and automated system to keep track of all inventory activity and information.

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Keiser University

Keiser University provides educational programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels in traditional and online delivery formats. Christopher Coleman, an associate of the IMS Department, recognized a need to reduce the time it took to track and manage fixed assets within the university. With furniture, computers, software, audio visual and lab equipment located throughout multiple campuses and corporate offices, Keiser University needed a powerful and efficient solution.

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Matagorda County Edu. Services

Matagorda County Educational Services (MCES) provides a continuum of child-centered and supportive services for nontraditional learners in collaboration with families and schools. MCES maintains and issues an inventory of assistive technology such as iPads, laptops, and communication devices, as well as physical therapy, furniture, and special needs equipment. Following the use of a paper-and-pen system for a number of years, MCES decided it was time to advance their inventory and asset management processes.