• Nigerian edtech startup targeting 10,000 schools by 2028

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    FlexiSAF Edusoft says it’s on a mission to transform Nigeria’s lagging education system ‘one ICT solution at a time’.

    To that end the company has unveiled SAFSMS, described as ‘fully integrated school management software’, which is currently being used in over 500 schools to cut down the complexity of management.

    FlexiSAF’s target is to get 10,000 schools on-board in the next 10 years.

    The company is also pushing its distinction.ng e-testing platform, online admissions portal skools.ng and kidcoders.ng coding course, among several other solutions for nursery to tertiary institutions.

    FlexiSAF is a rising star of West African edtech – it has 50 employees and 5 offices across Nigeria.

    “Personalized learning is the future of accessible, affordable and high-quality education to everyone and software has a very important role to play in that regards. How to provide a localized experience in that space is our ultimate goal in FlexiSAF,” said CEO Faiz Bashir. “Technology & ICT can solve a number of challenges for the region’s struggling education sector and FlexiSAF is set to carve a niche and exploit all possibilities for impact.”


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