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Integrate school management software to your school website in less than 1 minute

Gaxion cloud grading service is a sophisticated school management software that process school term result in the cloud. Built by experts using advance technology and heavily reliable also. Gaxion is striving to use machine and deep learning to understand trends and provide schools with intelligence that will not only make them get better but also over see some tragic event like sudden drop in student population.
Listed below are some of the features and benefits in gaxion cloud grading service.

  • With intelligence capability. It grades 10x above human precision. Yet 100x faster than human.
  • It  sends results through sms to parents phone automatically after grading.
  • It knows when. How. Where. Whom to promote and it’s automatic using deep learning.
  • It supports export of records to microsoft word, PDF, excel and csv all from one place.
  • it support one single accounts for parents that have more than one kid in a school to check their result from one central place.
  • It’s built with simplicity in mind and extremely easy to use.
  • You never get stranded. Help is just a click away.
  • it’s available on desktop, phone and tablet.
  • it supports smart attendance, that notify parents via sms each time their kids misses class attendance.
  • With anti drop technology, gaxion can detect 10x faster than human that a particular students is about to drop from a school and pre warns the school before time.
  • It’s extremely reliable
  • it takes less than 1 minute to integrate into your website with no line of code.
  • It supports a centralized admin dashboard to manage all users.
  • it collates and present one central place for student to check all their result from one single account.
  • it’s simple. intuitive yet hugely powerful.

  • You type 50% less. Yet with 20% more value.

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