Join us at the TASBO Annual Conference in Fort Worth, TX. We’ll be in the exhibit hall next week on Tuesday and Wednesday (February 27 and 28). We’ve said it before and still mean it mightily: we love to hear from you. This is your chance to let us know what you think in person. We’ll be in booth 814. Hope to see you there!
It’s that time of year again. Have to get those W-2’s, 1095’s and 1099’s all squared away. Nothing to worry about, of course, because you use iTCCS or TxEIS. We’ll take care of the heavy lifting. You take care of your employees. Questions about anything?
Welcome back! We hope you had a restful holiday and are ready to get back into the swing of things. But before you do, take a deep breath and imagine the warm breeze and rustle of palm fronds. Relaxing, right? We here at the Texas Computer Cooperative want you to feel that way as much as possible. We’re here for you.
TSDS, a TxEIS application, will soon be called State Reporting. You’ll still do all of your PEIMS TSDS work there. It just means that we’ll be positioned to expand what you use it for. We’ll let you know more as we work, but you can always get in touch with us.
We’re wrapping up another consultant meeting. These always help to make sure you have the best support in Texas. Communication and collaboration produce excellence. We strive for excellence. Have any questions about TxEIS? Let us know. We’re always glad to hear from you.
The Texas Computer Cooperative (CareerPortal, iTCCS & TxEIS) would like to congratulate the Astros on their World Series win last night. As software made for Texans by Texans in Texas, we couldn’t be prouder of their determination and accomplishments. We like to think we have some of that spirit here at the TCC. Go ‘Stros!
TxEIS would like to congratulate the following schools on earning a National Blue Ribbon Honor. That’s quite an accomplishment. Congratulations! Find out how you can be part of TxEIS today.
We’re a welcoming bunch, here in Texas. Even in the midst of our own difficulty. And so we welcome those affected by Hurricane Irma with open arms. At least you shouldn’t have to worry about making sure that you’re compliant in this difficult time. TxEIS always makes sure that you’re in compliance with federal and state mandates. That’s why we worked tirelessly to get you the Irma crisis code as well as the Harvey one. We’re all ears.
Our thoughts and prayers are with those who have been displaced by Hurricane Harvey. We’re doing everything we can to make this a little less stressful. One less thing you’ll have to worry about, at least, is TEA’s Hurricane Harvey reporting. Both iTCCS and TxEIS are moving swiftly to make sure you’re in compliance before you have to report. You have enough to do without letting this get in the way. Stay strong, Texas.