Buyers Guide

Better than searching on the Internet. Easier to find than a business card.

Our Buyers Guide is a listing of products and services supplied by CASBO-associated businesses, organized within categories that match our 15 school business disciplines to make it easier than ever to find just what you need. We believe that how well you approach your job on a daily basis depends in part on having the best resources. If you have a budget, this is one resource that has your back!

 Tim Gershon
 (312) 705-8976
Experts in Your Industry: Whether you’re a small or large school district, county office of education, public, private or charter institution, we have IT experts specializing in education. Future-Proof IT: Your CDW-G account team can help you plan for the future with information about new and emerging technologies based on your needs. Your Personal Team: Your account team connects you with IT experts, who serve as an extension of your IT organization. On- and Offline Support: Contact your account team any time online. Or, we’ll bring the experts to you through our network of field technician available across California.
 Michael Levin
 (203) 209-9855
Amazon Business combines the selection, convenience and value customers have come to know and love from Amazon, with new features and unique benefits tailored to the needs of educational institutions. Amazon Business provides easy access to hundreds of millions of products and a variety of benefits, including business-only pricing and selection, single- or multi-user business accounts, Business Prime, approval workflow, purchasing system integrations, payment solutions, tax exemptions, dedicated customer support and more. To register for a free Amazon Business account, visit www.amazon.com/business. More information about Amazon Business is available at www.amazonbusinessblog.com.
 Jeff Gowdy
 (760) 242-8890
Business system software for school districts and county education offices. Modules include: General Ledger, Purchasing, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Warehouse Inventory, Fixed Assets, Work Flow Management, Employee Management, Position Control, Employee Benefits, Employee Leave, Personnel Requisitions, Extra Time Requests, Online Timecard Entry, and more.
 Michael Rochman
 (925) 609-1140
The School Project for Utility Rate Reduction (SPURR), a JPA, aggregates purchasing power for CA public agencies in procurement of solar energy and storage, electricity demand response, LEDs, telecommunications and networking, natural gas commodity supply, electricity commodity supply, and conservation. We aggregate buying power and add our decades of expertise to obtain the best available value for our hundreds of program participants.
 Greg Berry
 (800) 531-6074
Municibid is a free and easy-to-use service for California Schools to auction surplus to the public via our online auction platform. You always keep 100% of the proceeds and you are never obligated to accept the results. With Municibid, you have complete control over the auction process. You will benefit from Municibid's comprehensive marketing program to ensure your items are in front of a huge audience of buyers. You'll also enjoy our personalized, high-level of customer service.
 Michael Tucker
 (903) 824-6371
TIPS is a leading national purchasing cooperative offering members access to competitively priced purchasing contracts that save time and money by streamlining the process and leveraging the purchasing power of our 4,600 member agencies. ”Purchasing Made Personal”
 Duff Erholtz
 (218) 894-6812
Sourcewell is a self-supporting government organization that partners with local, regional and national education, government and nonprofits to boost student and community success. Throughout the U.S. and Canada, Sourcewell offers a cooperative purchasing program to help public agencies as they strive for efficient public service. On behalf of its 50,000 members, Sourcewell conducts competitive solicitations, awarding to the most responsive and responsible vendors at the manufacturer level. Members can purchase off these contracts through their local dealers, streamlining the procurement process and saving time, energy and money while shopping locally. Membership is free and open to any government, education or nonprofit entity.