Frontline Education, a leading provider of K-12 school administration software, today announced that it has acquired Hayes Software Systems (Hayes) from Transition Capital Partners (TCP). Hayes Software Systems, including TIPWeb-IT, TIPWeb-IM, and GetHelp, provides solutions for asset management and inventory control with integrated help desk capabilities for K-12 schools. Financial details of the transaction were not disclosed.
We are thrilled that Hayes has joined the Frontline Education team. Their expertise in asset management and inventory control addresses critical operational needs for schools, especially today, with remote and hybrid models putting more technology and instructional materials in circulation,” said Mark Gruzin, CEO of Frontline Education. “Bringing Frontline and Hayes together allows us to provide K-12 school districts connected solutions that meet a broader set of administrative needs.”
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