Alliance in Partnership is to install a new biometric cashless system at Henley in Arden school as part of a £350,000 school meals contract extension.
The three-year deal will see AiP, which has worked at the Warwickshire secondary school for four years, continue to deliver a lunch service to up to 650 pupils aged 11 to 16 years.
The new system will incorporate online payment software ParentPay while the biometric finger print recognition software takes into account any special dietary or allergy requirements.
David Weller, AiP managing director, said: "A large proportion of the system intuitiveness is during the set up stages.
"After initial programming the system runs very smoothly and helps to keep long-term procurement costs down."
By Janie Manzoori-Stamford
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