Case Study: Game-Changing Automation for McKinney ISD
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McKinney ISD operates as one of the largest school districts within the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex of Texas, with more than 24,000 students and 2,700 faculty and staff. McKinney ISD experienced an external audit indicating deficiencies with absence verification, time management, and the approval of hours. This combined with faulty time clocks, inadequate time methods, and tracking employee comp-time and accruals, led the district to upgrade to a superior time and attendance system.
Marlene Harbeson, Executive Director of Finance at McKinney ISD began to research K12 centric time and attendance solutions and selected TCP to accommodate their needs and integrate with Tyler Munis payroll and SmartFind, a sub search system.
Harbeson stated that McKinney ISD was experiencing hardware failure with a lack of integration and connection issues that prevented their employees from being able to clock in and out on a consistent basis and kept administrators from successfully running accurate reports. In addition, their previous time clocks were unable to verify new proximity cards when issued to employees and created inconsistencies with tracking employee hours.
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