Mumbai-based education technology platform Offee has secured Rs 5.25 crore in funding from JITO Incubation and Innovation Foundation (JIIF) Investors, Bombay Industry Association (BIA), and Riidl.
The investment will fuel Offee’s product development, expand its operations, and reach new markets.
Offee, founded by Amit Shah, offers a unique solution that enables educational institutions to conduct exams digitally without the need for internet access or computer laboratories. The company boasts technology that facilitates fair and straightforward exam procedures, already adopted by prestigious institutions across India.
Notable adopters of Offee’s solutions include Jai Hind College, Somaiya University, KRCL, KES Shroff College, JBIMS, and more than 80 Zilla Parishad Schools. These partnerships aim to provide secure and sustainable examination experiences.
Offee claims to have introduced a groundbreaking solution to digitize over 100 crore paper-based college exams in India. The company’s Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) solution is noteworthy for empowering students to securely take digital exams on their personal devices, even in airplane mode. This feature is especially significant in less-accessible taluka/panchayat areas, effectively bridging educational gaps.
Amit Shah, the founder of Offee, expressed gratitude for the support from JITO, BIA, and Riidl, emphasizing the transformative impact on the exam conduction process.
Shah sees Offee not merely as an app but as a movement. Backed by strategic investors, the company aims to make digital exams the standard, ensuring fair and equal access for all students.
In Shah’s words, “With the support of JITO, BIA, and Riidl, we are transforming the exam conduction process, making it a reality for students everywhere. This is not just an app for us; we are building a movement. With the backing of our strategic investors, we are poised to make digital exams the norm, ensuring fair and equitable access to all.”