2021-09-16 02:18:50

Webinar: How to get cracking with EdSmart Payments

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By Aayushi Mehta
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How do you take school payments in EdSmart? This webinar will ensure you're whip-smart and in-the-know, so let's get cracking!

 

This instructional webinar –  held on Tuesday 7th September 2021 – takes you inside the EdSmart platform where you’ll find out about the benefits and practical steps for elevating your school administration to the next level of efficiency and automation: EdSmart Payments.*

Powered by School EasyPay, EdSmart Payments is available at no extra charge to all EdSmart customers (no transactional fees if you pass on the minimal charge to payers), and requires little more to get started than providing us with your bank details. 

Your school payment requests and permission slips are issued simultaneously as the one automated workflow, which removes even more steps from administering school events, excursions, fundraising and anything else that could combine consent with payments. 

Hosted by EdSmart’s Nick Ward and Kai Vedanayagam 
Plus Special Guest Interview with The Hutchins School’s Katie Richardson  

*We apologise to New Zealand and other schools outside Australia who are currently unable to access EdSmart Payments.

"Our parents love the immediacy of EdSmart and we now average between 95% and 97% response rate within a week of sending out a notice. Lost paperwork is almost unheard of now, but if a parent has accidentally deleted a slip it is very simple to resend it." Burnside Primary, South Australia