MultiSys launches SchoolBox platform for PH academe

Published July 3, 2020, 3:05 PM

by Jules Vivas

Recognizing the power of technology to keep the country’s education system running amid the current health crisis, leading software solutions firm Multisys Technologies Corporation launched its SchoolBox platform that supports online distance learning modalities.

SchoolBox is a digital academic platform that integrates school admin analytics, online enrollment with e-payment, digitized academic records, campus attendance monitoring, school SMS blasting, curriculum, online exams, and modules for school administrators, teachers, and students—all in one portal.

The academe will be able to provide digital courses and allow online submission of homework, as well as enable students and teachers to use laptops and tablets for class discussions. The platform can be used by schools, including colleges and universities, scholarship organizations and foundations, technical and vocational schools, tutorial centers, and online learning firms.

SchoolBox User Dashboard. The platform automates lesson plans, exams, and
academic records. It features an easy-to-use dashboard for students and teachers, as well as
modules and analytic tools that track students’ performance.

“The pandemic has been challenging the academe to find ways to enable students to keep studying, and for teachers to fulfill their duties as educators. Our situation now may be difficult, but it’s not impossible with proper tools and technologies in place,” MultiSys CEO David Almirol, Jr. said. “Which is why we launched our SchoolBox platform. It’s important
that we help each other pull through during these difficult times.”

He later added that virtual conferencing will soon be available as well, and ended by saying, “Homegrown technology is on the rise. Filipinos’ ingenuity in the IT industry is now being recognized in the global scene. We must patronize our own and see its beauty firsthand.”