iPayimpact in Fife Schools

21-02-2017

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Over the next 12 months, the iPayimpact online payments solution is scheduled to be rolled out to all primary and secondary schools in Fife.

Fife Council have released an article on their website to introduce parents, carers and future iPayimpact users to the solution, and explain the plans for implementation at the schools.


“The system is being piloted in Auchmuty High School in February 2017. It will roll out to all other secondary schools from March-August 2017. Initially, the service will be for school lunches, with other payment options coming online later. Roll out to primary schools will be between September – March 2018”.


To read more about the implementation process and benefits of iPayimpact in Fife Schools, in their own words, you can read the article here.


iPayimpact allows parents to pay online for school meals, trips and more, from any location with an internet connection. Fife Council have also included an article with a detailed summary of iPayimpact and how it will work to help enhance the school purchasing process for parents and why the implementation will be beneficial.


“Making a payment is straightforward and iPayimpact holds a payment history for you to view at a later date; no card details are stored in any part of the system. Once you’ve activated your account, you can make online payments straight away”.


To read more from this article and about the future of iPayimpact in Fife Schools, please click here.


Once again, we would like to extend our gratitude to Fife Council and we look forward to working alongside you in the future!


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