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Top 5 ways Gaxion can increase your school growth

  1. A 150, 000 Naira worth of responsive website for your school at no cost to
your school with maintenance.

In Nigeria today, there are over 78 million people online, 6 billion people globally, with a mobile friendly school website, your school will make relevant information available to your students and their parents and your school is visible to over 78 million people in Nigeria.

  2. Parents receives sms notification when their kids misses attendance

Every parents wants the best for their children, and one major thing parents put into consideration when choosing the school they want their children to attend is HOW SAFE is this school. When parents knows that they will receive notification when their kids misses attendance, it will give them rest and peace of mind and will make students not to skip attendance without their parent's permission, this will cheaply drive school growth for your school.

3. Secured Portal for Parents, Students, Teachers and Administrators

No one  person has monopoly over the system. Gaxion provides 24x7 access to pre identified information to different types of users- Students, Parents, Teachers and Administrators. The system has already assigned access levels avoiding you the trouble to do so for every user. Parents can access any information about their kids from anywhere and at any time without visiting your school, this will reduce stress for parents and free up your teacher’s time to more important things.

4. Parents receive termly report card sms notification on their phone with option to login and print report card online.

What this means is that your school serves parent’s term report card directly without the cost of coming to your school. This direct access to their children’s result sheet will eliminate alteration by student’s and loss of result sheet. This direct access to parents will build a bond of trust between your school and parents which will drive loyalty and retention of students.

5. Gaxion will not allow you to lose money.

With just a click, you can block students and parent of students that have not paid school fees from viewing and printing any of their term result sheet, and options for reactivation of their accounts at any time.


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