School finance officer explains that ClassWallet is more efficient than allocation tracking. ClassWallet offers itemized tracking of every purchase, one simple journal entry, and more effective audit compliance than purchase cards.
ClassWallet saves Business Administrator Todd Hauber, Park City School District (UT) and his administrators save over a hundred hours of time reviewing receipts and researching fund balances. That time gets redirected to student-focused activities.
Interview with Lisa Loop, Senior Director of Fiscal Services, Mountain View School District. ClassWallet provides more control with less paper. How to track many sources of funding on ClassWallet. Why teachers love ClassWallet.
ERPs and digital wallets—a perfect match for your finance tech stack This Valentine’s Day, treat yourself to something you really need: digital wallet technology. Before we get into what digital wallets are and why you need them, let’s take a look at ERPs. ERPs have been a game-changer for schools by helping finance teams with … Continue reading “ERPs and Digital Wallets”
Currently, ClassWallet’s digital wallet technology is being used in Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, and South Carolina, and to support the EANS program. In these states, non-public schools have access to funds and easy-to-use tools to submit for reimbursement and pay approved vendors for purchases. The digital wallet streamlines the distribution and management, including … Continue reading “Supporting EANS Administration with Digital Wallet Technology”
ESAs were originally created to give parents of students with disabilities the funding that they can use to tailor expenditures to the individual needs of their student. Today ESAs are usually earmarked for low-income families and students with disabilities. Parents use the funds for everything from private school tuition, tutors, therapy, and devices. Recently, states … Continue reading “ESAs and Digital Wallets”