The most reliable, cost effective, inclusive online payments system
With over 90% of parents saying they would prefer to pay for school items online, schools are adapting to the changing needs of parents to make paying for items less of a chore.
Our all new +Pay system on our latest platform, PMX, makes it easier than ever for schools to manage and collect payments for dinner money, trips, events and other items.
An important part of +Pay is our free mobile App for parents, which means they can make instant payments on the go for school items – as well as reading school messages, completing forms and booking parents’ evenings.
The feedback received from schools and parents about the ParentMail App has been incredibly positive so far, which tells us that there has been a real desire from parents to make the payments process more streamlined.
+Pay, our online payments system for schools, is now more cost effective than any other system on the market, offering schools the lowest transaction rates available. And with just one transaction cost per basket, it won’t matter how much or little parents choose to pay for at once, there will be only one, small cost to the school for processing this.
And that’s not all! New +Pay offers 99.9% uptime, having been designed to be robust and scalable so it can cope with peaks of activity. So the next time you have hundreds of parents making start of term payments all at once, you won’t have to worry about it letting parents down.
It’s essential that online payments systems are as socially inclusive as possible which is why we also include PayPoint, PayCash and PayPal as payment options for parents. Cash, cheque and voucher payments can still be recorded so parents can pay whichever way is most convenient to them.
Want to know more about +Pay? Click here for more information and find out why it’s the most cost effective, reliable, socially inclusive and parent friendly online payments system on the market. Or, reach us on 01733 595959 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a demonstration in school.
Posted on January 28, 2016 | Last modified: 21st April 2017