BullsEye Provides Planning and Requirements Services for SHA's Inventory System
BullsEye Computing Solutions has won a contract with the State of Maryland for a Major IT Development Project. Under the contract, BullsEye will provide planning and requirements services to the Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) for its Consumable Inventory System (CIS).
“This award gives Bullseye the opportunity to help fulfill a long-awaited need for the SHA by leveraging modern technology, industry best practices, and our core competency,” said Elizabeth Hess, Founder and CEO of BullsEye. “This contract adds to our 20-year history of successfully planning, documenting, delivering, and validating complex IT projects involving inventory management and financial reporting. This contract further defines BullsEye as a key provider of software and solutions to the supply chain and inventory management market.”
Under the contract, BullsEye will deliver planning and requirements analysis for a new system that replaces the legacy CIS. The new system will enhance SHA’s consumable inventory process by providing real-time support and feedback. This real-time environment allows for more accurate inventory tracking and reporting, and provides additional management tools.
The application will be utilized by SHA’s Office of Finance to track and account for a variety of inventory items including, auto parts, hand tools, fuel, oil, road salt, and office supplies. It will also manage the inventory of road signs accounting for both the raw materials and finished goods.