Latest Release of ipayimpact



iPayimpact, the online payments system for School Meals and other school related expenses  offers our customers new features and functionality by means of a regular release cycle, the latest release of the product includes the following new features:

- Streamlined 2 stage parent registration process which offers benefits for both client and parents. This should make it easier for parents to sign up for iPayimpact especially if they are 'latecomers' who are registering long after the initial mailshot. It also makes it easier for clients to be able to produce generic leaflets and posters to aid promotion of online payments.

- An optional surcharging facility for our clients using the Multi-Bank account payment gateway.

- New reports to facilitate reconciliation of monies across multiple bank accounts. Multi-Bank account offers our clients flexibility for collecting monies into various bank accounts without the added costs of managing, administering and disbursing funds from a central account.

NEWS FLASH.........

A recently launched system has taken over £15,000 in just 4 trading weeks!! Aside from the benefit of reducing the levels of cash management within the catering operation - it doesn't seem too cynical a view to suggest that 10% of that figure (i.e. £1 in each £10 note) might have been 'diverted' en-route to school, had it been conveyed as cash.

That means a real boost in the dining room - increased revenue and better fed students!


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