There is a growing debate over how the entire startup ecosystem is centralised in Lagos. But in spite of the opinions of the sections involved, it is true that Nigeria as a whole is beginning to come of age in terms of adopting technology. This is why it gladdens my heart to bring you a pitch submitted all the way from Anambra state.
Klipboard is an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) platform that tries to “address the core challenges faced by school administrators as well as parents, teachers and students in Africa”.
Boasting features like school software management, fees management, inventory management, student-parents login, students’ result management, customizable platform and integrated payment platforms suited for each school, Klipboard supports their claim to have everything that a modern school needs to function effectively.
“Your all-in-one School and College Management Software with Seamless Accounting” is how Henry Nnalue Chibuzo, Co-founder of Klipboard describes the startup in a single sentence. In addition to all of that, Klipboard claims to support their users by hosting all their data and files on their secure cloud hosting platform at no extra cost.
Other members that make up the team are Essien Angela and Akachukwu Okafor. Interestingly enough, Klipboard has been around a little over 2 years, launching on the 25th of May 2014, and the team has spent exactly a million naira till date from bootstrapping.
Well, what are your thoughts about Klipboard?
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Nigerian startups raised $55.4m in Q1 2020; over 99% of which came from foreign sources. Find out more when you download the full report.