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Infinite Campus unveils Web-based solution

CampusIDNews Staff   ||   Jul 02, 2010  ||   

Infinite Campus Inc. announced the availability of Cafeteria Serve, a new point-of-sale food service option with an integrated online payment functionality. This new service, designed for cafeteria operations not requiring cash or complex menus, comes as part of the Campus Food Service license from Infinite Campus.

Designed to streamline cafeteria operations, Campus Food Service establishes individual food service accounts, tracks purchases and designs flexible menu layouts.

It enables cafeteria staff to review food service transactions, such as meal counts, through a simple Web interface. Parents and guardians can also access to their students’ meal selections and account balances in real time through the Campus Portal.

Infinite Campus also announced Campus Online Payments which enables parents, guardians and staff to use Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards, or direct debits from a checking or savings account to pay for food service charges and other school fees.

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