iPayimpact Contract Awards



CRB Cunninghams are delighted to announce the following contract awards for iPayimpact. iPayimpact is our online payment system for meals and other school purchases.

North Lanarkshire Council 

Via the Scotland Excel framework, have awarded CRB Cunninghams the contract for iPayimpact online payments. A total of 157 schools will benefit from reducing cash handling and management in schools not just for meals but for all other school offerings. Implementation processes are underway and at least 50% of the schools will be using iPayimpact by 2016.

Alongside this contract, a further 60+ primary schools will be implementing the Impact Cashless Catering solution in September 2015 with the intention of having most of these schools completed by the end of 2016 academic year. North Lanarkshire will become the largest single authority in the UK to go cashless in the UK using both Impact and iPayimpact across all of their schools as well as making the most of Centralised Reporting and Centralised Menu Price and Layout Control.

West Lothian Council 

Via the Scotland Excel framework, have directly awarded CRB Cunninghams with the contract for iPayimpact online payments for all 77 of their schools. Implementation will begin in September and October of 2015 and is due to be completed by April 2016. West Lothian Council will be actively using the non-meal elements of the systems from the outset and are implementing on a cluster school basis, allowing parents who have children in both Primary and Secondary education to manage their school transactions under one account.

Aberdeenshire Council

Via the Scotland Excel framework have directly awarded CRB Cunninghams the contract for iPayimpact online payments integrated with the Council’s Civica gateway. A total of 170 schools will be implemented. We aim to have 17 Academies going live for when the schools return at the end of August. Parents will be able to pay for school meals immediately with other curricular offerings becoming available by December 2015. All Primary schools will be using the online smartboard, classroom pre-ordering solution to ensure that the pupils get the meal of their choice on a daily basis.

CRB Cunninghams would like to thank the above Councils for their continued support and we look forward to making these implementations a success.

A warm welcome to the iPayimpact family, who join our existing customers!

  • Dumfries and Galloway Council

  • Orkney Islands Council

  • Renfrewshire Council

  • Hartlepool Borough Council

  • Gateshead Council

  • Aramark

  • Orian Solutions Limited

  • International School of Aberdeen

  • City College Southampton


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