Impact Fusion Goes Live!



This month, CRB Cunninghams’ brand new Cashless Catering solution, Impact Fusion, has gone live in 2 beta test sites. Beeslack Primary School and Kings Norton Boy’s School have both taken on the new system in order to experience all that it has to offer and provide us with some initial feedback on its functionality.

The migration and implementation processes of both schools’ systems, who originally had traditional Impact Cashless Catering, was quick, simple and easy. Student data was seamlessly carried across from the old system to Impact Fusion, ready for the ‘go live’ date. Impact Fusion was introduced to both schools with no issues and almost no disruption made to the school’s meal services whatsoever.

Operators of the new Cashless Catering system appreciated the quicker and smoother running operations and more aesthetically pleasing and easy to use screen layouts.


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