Here’s a quick update on what’s new over the past 2 weeks:
Quick one: We finally had our FlexiSAF Barbecue on the Monday after Independence. It was a lot of fun all round but it looks like the team in Lagos enjoyed their day the most.
L-R Abuja, Lagos, Kano/Kaduna and Yola
Yay! We were nominated in the Nigeria Technology Awards as Best School Portal Developers. View other nominees and more importantly, VOTE for Flexisaf here. Let’s win this!
You can only vote once daily so every single vote counts. If you’re feeling generous, you can also share the link with friends after voting.
You may also have heard about the referral program for SAFSMS. Here’s what it’s all about: If you introduce a new school to start using SAFSMS, you automatically get huge discounts for yourself. See details in the image below:
There’s even more good news for school owners/admin. Very soon, you’ll be able to monitor school activities on the go, anywhere you are with the new SAFSMS Mobile which will be released this October.
The initial version will allow parents view records/real time updates of their wards or children on their mobile phones. More awesome features would soon be rolling out to enable teachers and school administrators do more. Learn more here
If you’ve got an extra minute right now, please answer a few questions about your school in the e-learning survey below and stand a chance to win mobile data prizes.
Take the survey. It’ll be 2 mins, tops.
Note: This survey is primarily for school admin, there’ll be another one for teachers soon.
In other news, we’ve been nominated among Top 100 Start-Ups at StartUp Istanbul. The event is happening in Turkey this month and we’re pretty excited about it. We’ll keep you in the loop on Instagram and Twitter (@flexisaf) as it happens.
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