WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Spiral Universe Inc., the fastest-growing provider of online education software, today announced that it has extended its reach into sub-Saharan Africa. This brings the number of countries with schools using the revolutionary cloud-based Spiral information platform to 27.
Kikaaya College and Vocational School is a secondary school in Uganda with 860 students. Founded in 1993, it boasts a well-stocked library, computer and science labs, a sick bay and clinic, and trained academic staff. "We are looking forward to providing Spiral to our students and bringing African education into the 21st century," said headmaster Charles Mubiru.
"This is an important step in our mission to spread advanced information technology to the world’s most underprivileged regions," said Reuben Kerben, CEO of Spiral Universe. "Because of our unique business model, schools like Kikaaya have access to cutting-edge enterprise-level software at no cost."
A key driver of Spiral's rapid growth in the education sector has been its enterprise approach to school information technology. All features, from student grades and online courses to email and class schedules, are integrated into a unified interface and database, accessible online from any computer in any of a dozen languages. It is easy to see how Spiral has quickly established itself worldwide as an attractive solution for education information management.
About Spiral Universe
Founded in 2007 with a mission to bring the best information technology to all schools regardless of their means, Spiral Universe has customers in 27 countries worldwide. The company is focused on modernizing classrooms with user-friendly and intuitive design following the Web 2.0 paradigm. The software is available through a unique "webtop" interface, which brings the traditional desktop environment to users’ web browsers. More information is available on the company’s website, http://www.spiraluniverse.com.