Home Depot, eNasco and Explain Everything Join the ClassWallet Network E-Marketplace

07/3/16

From the CEO

Greetings,

This month ClassWallet closed school district customers in two new states, putting our solution in 14 states. More great vendor partners continue to join our ecommerce marketplace enabling us to strengthen the service we provide to teachers. And our new mobile application launching this fall will forever make physically collecting a paper receipt a thing of the past. The summer is off to a great start!

Have a wonderful Fourth of July.

Sincerely,
Jamie
CEO, ClassWallet

Exciting News

Utah and Alabama School Districts Sign with ClassWallet

New to ClassWallet in June are Box Elder and Conecuh County school districts, from Utah and Alabama respectively. Both these districts are preparing to fund teacher ClassWallet accounts this fall so teachers have spending money to stock up on resources and supplies for the upcoming new school year.

Home Depot, eNasco and Explain Everything Join the ClassWallet Network E-Marketplace

ClassWallet is excited to announce the addition of three new partners with whom teachers will be able to use their ClassWallet funds beginning this fall: Home Depot, eNasco and Explain Everything (which had a great mention in Techcrunch about its work with Google for Education). They join a growing list of vendors that accept ClassWallet as form for payment and provide SKU level reporting of purchases, including Amazon, Office Depot, Best Buy, Really Good Stuff, School Specialty and dozens more.

New Mobile Application Will Capture ClassWallet Debit Card Receipts and Power ACH Reimbursements

Coming soon this fall, users will be able to upload receipt images through a mobile application to (1) associate with ClassWallet Debit Card purchases and (2) submit out of pocket purchase receipts for approval for ACH reimbursement.

Upcoming Events

ClassWallet CEO Featured Speaker at Upcoming Future of Education Finance Summit

ClassWallet CEO Jamie Rosenberg will be both a featured panelist and leading a discussion at the Future of Education Finance Summit in Baltimore July 22. Jamie’s discussion will focus on the costs of paper-based procurement and the billions of dollars it is costing school districts each year. Click here to learn more about the Summit.

ClassWallet's Moving

Please note our new office address as of July 1 will be 6100 Hollywood Blvd Suite 108 Hollywood, FL 33024

ClassWallet addresses the pain of managing checks, reimbursements, paper receipts, and the paperwork associated with tracking expenditures for school systems. The platform makes the accounting and audit trail very easy and helps reduce administrative costs.

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