Spend Management 2.0
Allocate budgets, stipends, grants, and vouchers online.
Configure spending tools best suited for your organizational needs.
Consolidate all your school-level expenditure tracking through one single, paperless platform.
Users Can: Shop online and checkout without the
need of a credit card.
ClassWallet Gives You: Automated SKU-level
reconciliation of every purchase, and pre-approval workflow if desired.
Users Can: Submit receipts electronically.
ClassWallet Gives You: Digitized receipts and
automated ACH direct deposit reimbursement capabilities.
Declining Balance Debit Card
Users Can: Pay for goods, services, and travel
ClassWallet Gives You: Automated and digitized receipt
collection and reconciliation.
Users Can: Do all of the above through one
ClassWallet Gives You: Reconciled data that integrates
with any accounting or ERP software.
Used in 135,000 classrooms across 3,000 schools, and nonprofits,
state government and scholarship granting agencies.
ClassWallet is a SOC-certified organization
that has been audited by an independent third-party compliance firm and accredited to have the
appropriate SOC safeguards and procedures in place. This rigorous process ensures that we can
provide our clients with the highest amount of security and reliability standards
“The BEST thing about ClassWallet is that it keeps the detail
of what has been purchased, so no one has to keep up with receipts. ClassWallet also
provides an approval process, which can be different for each school, which our
prior system did not have. Our users LOVE ClassWallet because they can use it
anywhere, anytime with an internet connection, they do not have to keep up with
receipts, and there are no reports to file.”
Diane Allison, CPA, CGMA, CGFO, CLSBA
Business Services Director, Ascension Parish School
“ClassWallet has created a solution to a problem that we
never thought could be resolved.”
Superintendent, Harrington Park School
“ClassWallet has freed up my time, and the time of my staff,
allowing us to focus more on our core functions. That is incredibly valuable to us.”
Chief School Financial Officer, Conecuh County