Browse the schools at the forefront of our community, each using Wisepay in their own unique way. Read how our schools struggled previously with issues such as customer experience, administrative work, and payment processes, but were able to overcome these challenges using Wisepay. We are passionate about saving schools precious time, streamlining everyday processes, and opening the door to new possibilities.
Streamlining Payments for Schools
Prior to 2014, Churcher’s College (Churcher’s) had the usual issues of organising and managing school trips and visits, having to painstakingly count money and bank cheques. It was an administrative nightmare and was just taking too long: the process needed to be improved.
SHSB needed a solution that integrated with their catering contractor’s system, offered more functionality to make reconciliation simple, as well as ensuring that transactions were seamless and processes simplified.
St Francis of Assisi Catholic Primary School (St Francis) was finding the collecting and banking of cash for school meals very time-consuming and labour-intensive. They contacted WisePay to find out how they could consolidate and centralise communications and finances to make life simpler, safer and more convenient.
The primary objective for implementing a new software solution at Notre Dame High School was to improve the customer experience for students/parents and internal processes for the school, by streamlining existing administration and payment procedures.
With only 36 like it in the country, Lancaster Royal Grammar School is unique in that it is both a state school and a boarding school. LRGS has a long tradition of providing excellent opportunities for students to excel academically as well as a national reputation for sporting and extra-curricular achievement.
The Cornerstone Academy Trust wanted to start saving valuable time by going cashless and paperless. By moving their processes onto a cloud-based system, they hoped to make it easy for staff and families to manage payments and bookings.