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CodeGen International introduces Cloud Smart School at EDEX Expo 2016


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An innovative school management software solution developed by Ombo Technologies, a fully owned subsidiary of CodeGen International Ltd., enters the educational landscape at the EDEX Expo 2016. The exhibition will run for two consecutive days from 3 September at the Sri Lanka Exhibition and Convention Center (SLECC) which opens its gate to students, institutes, parents and the general public for insightful encounters with industry experts and service providers in the field of education.  

The Cloud Smart School software is geared towards shifting learning into Cloud-based hosting for schools and educational institutes. 

This initiative focuses on merging the key disruptive forces of IT; mobile, cloud, social and data to connect all stakeholders through one single interactive platform which allows students, teachers and administrators to connect to the cloud system and access information via multiple devices.  This cloud based management system, aims at automating the manual processes of schools and institutes with an objective to shift paradigms of established traditional operational protocols for a fully automated, end to end workflow management system. 

“EDEX Expo sees the gathering of many local and international educational institutions as well as a large number of graduate and undergraduate students. Thus, it is a colossal opportunity for CodeGen International to showcase a feature-rich product and its capabilities to industry experts. The emergence of new technology changes the way we live, communicate and do business. Thus, it is vital that we, as technology solution providers, adjust our sails to find simple solutions in an increasingly demanding era,” states CodeGen International Ltd. Head of Marketing Roshantha Adhihetty. 

The all in one product is now used by a few leading educational establishments in Sri Lanka, namely; Bishop’s College Colombo and Vision International Kandy. The second phase will focus on educational institutions in Sri Lanka and around the globe.

 The partnership with American College of Higher Education in Sri Lanka is yet another promising venture which is currently ongoing. Connecting several educational institutes under one platform will encourage e-learning and efficient resource management resulting in creating an ideal learning environment.

CodeGen International is a proven, agile and leading travel technology provider of the next generation end-to-end software solutions and reservation systems for the global tourism industry. 

With an international clientele, some of the world’s largest travel organisations including tour operators, airlines, bed banks, cruise companies, destination management companies and online travel agents CodeGen International is geared to take its revolutionary technology across the island and beyond shores. 


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