iTCCS Requisition provides all necessary tools for warehousing inventory items and requisitioning warehouse, restock, and other external purchases. Districts can order, maintain, and transfer locally all of the items commonly used by a district. The Requisition application interfaces with iTCCS Finance and the Warehouse sub-system in order to correctly reflect the credits and debits for each transaction. You can also track warehouse requisitions and purchase requisitions, cancel back orders, check the status of requisitions and purchase orders, check general ledger balances and vendor information, and approve purchase orders.
The Requisition application includes the Buyer sub-system, which allows you to restrict district staff at the campus or organization level to specific account codes. This sub-system also facilitates approval paths for requisitions and purchase orders, as well as restock requisitions and purchase orders.
A Warehouse sub-system is also included, which allows you to account for inventory items both in the central warehouse and at satellite locations, as well as perform transfers, receive items, return items to the warehouse, fill back orders, check the status of purchase and restock orders, and suspend the posting of requisitions while physical inventory is taken.
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For further information, contact your regional Education Service Center.
The Texas Computer Cooperative (TCC) is a cooperative of 19 Texas Education Service Centers (ESCs) serving 875 districts across the state and over 1.1 million Texas students. For over 45 years the TCC with the TxEIS and iTCCS systems has been the leader in delivering products and services that support Texas LEAs in managing student and business information. Going forward, the TCC will continue to enhance its suite of products, building on our success as the leader in the state in compliance and reporting, further empowering the LEAs to easily make informed decisions and engage stakeholders through powerful yet flexible tools and applications.
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