SEDA College NT is delighted with the experience provided by the FACTS School Management team since mid-2022. We are grateful to Francis and the SEDA College NT team for the incredible work they have done with our team to make… Continue Reading →
Independent Catholic schools within the Archdiocese of Brisbane were finding their paper-based tuition and fee processes to be time-consuming for administration and inconvenient for families. Implementing FACTS led to a reduction in overdue fees and an increase in automated payments…. Continue Reading →
Looking to streamline and automate tuition fee management, St Rita’s College spoke to their local school network. After receiving glowing reviews from other schools, they decided to implement FACTS. Read how outstanding payments, cash flow forecasting, and the family experience… Continue Reading →
Student enrolments at King’s Baptist Grammar School were steadily increasing, with plans for continued steady growth each year. The school recognised that there was a significant opportunity to streamline their payment process resulting in a better overall experience for families while reducing the workload of their administrative team.
One of the biggest factors in your school’s success is financial health. When you have the right financial practices in place, your organisation will be prepared when the unexpected happens – and ready to create a better experience for your… Continue Reading →
School fee payments have always provided a challenge for schools. Padua College’s original payment process was designed to assist all parents, the multitude of payment options resulted in a growing amount of internal administration work, additional fees and related resources…. Continue Reading →
Emmaus Christian College needed a solution that would reduce the work involved in collecting payments, provide families with a better experience and give their finance team more comprehensive information for monitoring and forecasting cashflow. “With FACTS, we’ve reduced a process… Continue Reading →