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Arizona, Illinois Districts Deploy Infinite Visions ERP

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Two districts in Arizona and one in Illinois have announced recently that they've adopted Infinite Visions enterprise resource planning software from Windsor Management. According to the company, its ERP solutions are now in about 90 percent of school districts in Arizona.

Infinite Visions is an ERP for human resources, payroll, and other administrative functions. It also includes iVisions, a Web delivery system for employee self-service and benefits enrollment.

St. Charles Community Unit School District 303 this week became the first in Illinois to adopt the software for tracking and reporting on financial, human resources, and payroll data. St. Charles serves more than 13,000 students across 17 schools. Windsor said the five-year contract is valued at $1 million.

In Arizona, Marana Unified School District 6 and Alhambra School District 68 both signed on for Infinite Visions Enterprise Edition, which is built on Microsoft SQL Server and offers integration with Office and various other enhanced features. Marana serves about 13,000 students, and Alhambra serves more than 15,000 students. Windsor said the combined deployments will run $1 million over five years.

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