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Gibson Consulting Group, for Katy Independent School District (ISD)
To select a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, Katy Independent School District (Katy ISD) turned to Gibson Consulting Group to manage the project’s

after school  More Efficient Evaluation Expertise After finding Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) on the Internet, Scambilis was contacted by a representative who gave a demonstration of TEC's eBestMatch TM decision support system (DDS). I was very impressed with it, Scambilis remembers. It seemed to me that TEC's ability to pre-populate the vendors' prior responses to the requirements was a big plus, as it would increase the response rates to our clients RFPs. TEC's eBestMatch system incorporates the

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ERP for School Districts

The ERP knowledge base for K-12 school districts and municipalities focuses on back-office functionality, including financials, human resources (HR), and payroll. It covers important functionality for employee self-service activities, purchasing management, and inventory management. 

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