You spoke and we listened. The Karri team have been working on this term's exciting new feature which allows teachers to add agreements, indemnity forms, permission slips & waivers to their Karri collections. It's time to wave goodbye to paper permission slips and indemnity forms and hello to a digital checklist for your class that... Continue Reading →
School fees: Every Bursar’s worst nightmare. Chasing parents for payment, reconciling, updating sheets, reminding parents AGAIN for payment. With Karri, things don't have to be so complicated. We've seen many schools across South Africa successfully use Karri to get parents to pay for their child's school fees. Using Karri means parents can make fast and secure... Continue Reading →
Here at Karri, our Technical Team and Developers are continuously working to improve and update the Karri app. We supply them with endless cups of tea and coffee and in exchange, they ensure that your app keeps running at its optimal. With our most recent update, comes the answer to all of ABSA clients’ prayers.... Continue Reading →
Here at Karri we genuinely care about change. We are proudly pioneering the cash free school movement and are passionately dedicated to removing the need for cash on school grounds, ultimately making learning environments safer for students and teachers alike.
Ever wondered what happens after you request a new feature on Karri? Creating new features on the app is an intricate process, from planning meetings, in-house testing to deadline tight schedules, designing, coding, more planning, more testing and even more deadlines! We thought we'd share a little insight into our creative process: Are you waiting... Continue Reading →
Here at Karri, giving back to the community is a huge part of our company culture. Find out more about our #KarriCares initiative here.
Innovative, upbeat, plus he'll make you sing if you're late to a meeting, meet JP, Karri's latest joiner and new Product Owner.
We LOVE bringing new features to Karri, especially features that you have requested. One of your recent requests was the option for collections to be compulsory. What this means is parents will no longer be able to dismiss the collection. With the introduction of the extension date feature, parents will still have an opportunity to... Continue Reading →