The cash and cheque payment methods used by schools can put parents off paying for items. By accepting all types of payment, Till helps you increase sales by attracting these parents.
It is becoming increasingly rare for people to carry cash, with debit and credit cards being the preferred method of payment.
Till accepts card and contactless payments, as well as giving parents the option to pay in advance, so having cash to pay for school items is never a problem.
Current catering systems require payments to be made by a card or an account preloaded with cash using a separate machine. Without cash, funds can’t be added, and payments can’t be made.
Till’s universal payment system is much more efficient and will never leave children unable to pay for their meal.
Specialising in school income management, we design and develop cloud-based software engineered to improve the way schools, trusts, higher education, and local authorities manage their money.
With Till, we help schools increase uptake in school meals by making it much easier to pay for them.
We’ve created a set of tools that empowers you to manage your financial transactions linked to staff, parents, and pupils from point of sale through to end-of-year reporting.
An all-in-one bookkeeping platform, Tali empowers you to take control over your financial data. Through Tali, you can track income and expenditure, prepare for an audit, and produce bespoke reports.
Trac automates the transfer of transaction data between your finance and payment systems, removing time-consuming administrative tasks.
Till delivers a modern point of sale and kiosk experience with the functionality to accept card and contactless payments.
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