Kochi: Coresys Infotech, an Infopark based firm has launched a unique software package for educational campuses with a view to make the concept of ‘Paperless Campuses’ a reality in Kerala. The product branded as ‘Campas ePlatform’ was formally launched by the PWD Minister Shri. P J Joseph at Talent Public School, Njarakal on 30 November 2009.
According to Mr. E S Jose, CEO Coresys, the main advantage of the system is that it ensures minimum administrative cost and maximum efficiency by eliminating clerical tasks. Operating the Campas ePlatform is as easy as accessing a web based email. Dr. E S Rajendran, MD Coresys said, “We are targeting the new generation schools and colleges in Kerala at large. Campas ePlatform will be a blessing for Kerala’s booming educational sector which is reeling under staggering administrative costs coupled with poor efficiency”.
Integrated SMS/ Email alerts and specially designed modules for student and staff profile management, human resources and administrative areas covering the whole aspects like library, inventory, finance, and payroll management are some of the highlights of the system. The system is offered on a SaaS (software as a service) model with a small annual subscription fee based on number of students, Mr Jose said. Moving to Campas ePlatform reduces the institutions’ printing costs by more than 80%.
Campas is a web based solution which any web browser can access anywhere, anytime in a computer with broadband connection. As per a release from the company, some of the institutions where Coresys has successfully implemented the Campas ePlatform are the Penang International Dental College, Malaysia; R N Oxford Matriculation School, Namakkal and Satyam College of Engineering and Technology, Nagercoil.
Kerala IT News