iTCCS Work Order application tracks inventory and provides documentation regarding manpower and cost of materials for maintenance, repair, and construction jobs. The application also allows you to maintain detailed records for materials acquisition and transfer to locations throughout the district.
The Work Order application provides tools for maintaining a comprehensive inventory record. It can also be used for recording data related to maintenance and repair costs, which can be used to generate printed work orders to initiate repair and maintenance jobs. The application also performs many calculations necessary to determine inventory levels and work hours, and it makes the data available through various reports.
Using iTCCS Work Order, you can establish a record of all data necessary for maintaining inventory, producing work orders, tracking materials use, calculating man-hours expended, and printing needed reports. The application also controls work order accounting of costs associated with maintenance, repair, and new construction; tracks employees who worked on the job; stores data such as origin and completion dates; edits valid accounts and available monies from iTCCS Finance; and interfaces costs to the general ledger.
iTCCS is a trademark of the Texas Computer Cooperative.
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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