Elon University has been using WebCheckout and the WebCheckout customer portal (PIR) since 2009 in the Instructional and Campus Technologies department serving all of Elon University as well as in the School of Communications TV and Media Services department.
The School of the Art Institute
WebCheckout was first designed and deployed to the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1999 as a campus-wide scheduling and management tool for a multi-million dollar portable equipment facility inventory used by students, faculty, and staff.
University of Utah
University of Utah has been using WebCheckout in their Instructional Media Services department serving the entire campus since 2001.
Toyota Motor Corporation
WebCheckout contributes to Toyota’s research and development efforts as the central resource management and scheduling tool for their North American Technical Centers.
After a rigorous, two year evaluation of software providers, Toyota selected WebCheckout in early 2013 to manage the portable automotive research equipment and facilities at the Technical Centers in Gardena, California and subsequently Ann Arbor, Michigan.
WebCheckout is responsible for managing portable equipment resources that engineers use to test the Toyota vehicles of today and tomorrow. These resources include diagnostic testing equipment, laptop and peripheral devices as well as specialized car bays to conduct a wide variety of tests for Toyota vehicles.
WebCheckout’s rich scheduling and inventory management features allow the Toyota Technical Centers to provide an improved accounting of portable equipment and facility usage as well as fixed inventory reconciliation during regularly scheduled and occasionally surprise internal and external audits.