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Why your school needs Trips and Events software this autumn
Posted
11-10-2017
October has topped the chart for the most popular time of the year for school trips. With payment slips and attendance forms soon to be flying in, is your school's admin team prepared?

According to statistics, October received the top vote for many reasons - less traffic on the roads, usually pleasant weather and fewer crowds. Closely following October in popularity is March and November.

With the autumnal month upon us and schools preparing for this busy period, we have been helping implement Trips and Events software to oversee incoming payments and attendance forms. The software is already helping admin teams keep track of every payment as it comes in.

Here are just some of the reasons why your school needs Trips and Events software:

·         Easily manage incoming payments and attendance forms from parents
·         Time-saving from automated procedures
·         Creates a wider range of payment options for parents
·         Helps to reduce workload in schools
·         Improved audit trail; everything is recorded
·         Pre-formatted reminder letters for those awaiting payment

If you would like to arrange a free demonstration of the Trips and Events module, Please contact us on 02380 016563 or email sales@tucasi.com
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