“Mobile phones are misnamed. They should be called the gateways to human knowledge” – Ray Kurzweill
Everywhere you turn to these days, there is a mobile phone user. The Nigerian Communication Commission has revealed that the number of connected telephone lines increased to about 216 million in 2017 from 210 million in 2016. This simply means that more people are adopting the use of mobile devices and as such, the number of teachers, parents and school administrators using mobile devices has increased in the last year.
At FlexiSAF, we focus on our users and since more of our users are accessing our system using their mobile devices (as confirmed by data from our user management Software), FlexiSAF is presenting to you SAF-Mobile; the mobile version of SAFSMS.
SAF-Mobile allows for easy access to the numerous features of SAFSMS right from your mobile device! Simply download the mobile application on your phone and with internet connection, you are good to go. This means that SAFSMS is now accessible to you from everywhere – at home and in school.
The simplicity of SAF-Mobile allows users to focus on the task at hand. For teachers, parents, and school administrators, SAF-Mobile allows for on-the-go monitoring of your students, wards and school activities. It resembles the web version of SAFSMS so users do not have to feel like it is an entirely different application. Login details from the web version still work just fine, so you don’t have to worry about creating a new account.
The initial version launching later this month will allow parents view records/real time updates of their wards or children on their mobile phones. However, more awesome features would soon be rolling out to enable teachers and school administrators do more.
We are with you on the journey to making SAFSMS the number one school management Software in Nigeria and will continue to provide features and services that offer you the best user experience!
SAF-Mobile launches soon. Meanwhile, you can start using SAFSMS for free now and see why it’s the trusted solution for over 400 schools in Nigeria.