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 No body like  advert, ads irritate people. Ads are distraction. Our minds are saturated with countless and ceaseless flow of ads from different channels. We all have conditioned our mind to filter all this noise and give way only for what truly matters, which is information. This post is all about information. The motivation behind this post is not to sell another over hyped service to you, rather the opposite. Many schools are moving towards automating their key processes like result processing, there is no shortage of online school management software to help them bring their purpose to life, but the irony of the whole thing is, most schools are not satisfied, they’ve been sold to, not helped to bring their dreams to pass  and left to nurture the difficulties that comes with subscribing to over hyped softwares that promised all and delivered nothing. Quickly i will show you how gaxion is working to help.

1. We don't celebrate features. We celebrate experience

Features are fantastic, features are the soul of every product, every product has a feature. Schools are left with school management software with some many features yet accomplishes nothing, marled with extreme complexity that only an expert can use it. Simplicity is better. You will make less error, you have fun on the service because every thing is just a click away. Simplicity does not mean having less features but having features that solves a specific problem in a way that exceeds your expectations. Features is an art, it don’t just exist, it exist to solve your pressing problem.

2. Help is just a click away

No body like to be stranded, yet most schools are stranded and even frustrated with each step they make in their school management software, and without help. The time it takes to get help should be less to the time it takes to make a mistake. Having a school software is not enough, but knowing that some body is always there to pick you up, any time you makes a mistake builds confidence even to go beyond boundary and this decreases the learning time of each teachers. And makes sure that on whatever happens, you are no left without an answer.


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