2009/06/09 – St. Louis, MO – Students at Bishop Guertin High School in Nashua, New Hampshire, spend less time in line and more money on food thanks to the on-line cafeteria and vending machine transaction system installed recently by ITC Systems.
The private school’s new MultiPlan on-line system means student photo ID cards can be linked to accounts and used to buy food. According to ITC Systems CEO Campbell Richardson, the one-card system eliminates the need for hardware, simplifies student purchases and improves food services tracking.
“The school’s food services provider wanted to ensure they were providing the best system possible for staff and students,” Mr. Richardson says. “We worked closely with representatives of Republic Management to come up with a solution that meets the school’s varied food service needs effectively and efficiently.”
Mr. Richardson notes that feedback from school representatives has been very positive and discussions are already underway for two other projects: a Web Purchase component that will enable parents to purchase meal plans online and a system for integrating the school’s library and bookstore.
“ITC Systems is really pleased to offer a series of products that helps organizations save money and find efficiencies where none were thought to exist,” Mr. Richardson says. “It’s very gratifying work.”
ITC Systems, www.itcsystems.com is an international company specializing in cashless Integrated Transaction Control Systems. The firm designs, develops and implements state-of-the-art cash card management systems on university campuses and in public libraries, government departments, food service environments and other closed institutional settings. With offices in Toronto and St. Louis, and an extensive network of distributors, dealers, agents and service contractors, the organization offers the most flexible and comprehensive online and offline card systems on the market today.