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Spreading the cost of education for parents

cyclone-C-logoA new partnership between education ICT specialist Cyclone and payment solutions provider Debitsuccess is giving parents new and affordable options to pay for the costs involved in their child’s schooling.

From donations and fees to uniforms, sports gear, field trips, music classes and now digital devices, there’s no doubt that education costs. However, this new alliance is providing a unique solution for schools to receive education expenses – tailored school payment plans that let parents spread the reimbursements to the school over an agreed period of time.

Leigh Gibbard, Cyclone’s School Sales Manager, says that with low cost and no finance company involvement, the option will be appealing for many schools, enabling them to recoup parent payments with minimal school administration.

“Providing flexible payment options for many education expenses helps families stay on top of these costs, allowing them to choose a manageable plan that suits their financial situation. This is a new, effective and increasingly popular path for many schools.”

The payment plans available from Debitsuccess can cover a wide range of school-associated costs and expenses.

“This solution is able to cover various costs, including donations, uniforms, sports and music fees, school trips and camps, Chromebooks, iPads, Notebooks and other digital devices that the school provides,” said Jesse Harris, National Sales Manager, Debitsuccess. “We’re pleased to be able to provide a service that lets schools focus on what they do best – provide education.”

With this integrated credit control, Debitsuccess is New Zealand’s only full-service payment processor and is committed to data security.

“Being assured that there is excellent data security encourages schools to offer recurring payment options, and our billing platform enables people to allocate their own payment schedule to suit their needs,” added Harris.

For more call 0800 686 686 or visit www.cyclone.co.nz/support

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