Classter is an end-to-end Student & Learning Management System for any organization that offers educational or training services that will help you manage your processes and digitalize your school to save time and money.
With Classter you can get rid of your fragmented IT infrastructure. That’s because Classter combines the functionality of 5 different types of solutions: SIS, SMS, LMS, ERP, CRM in 12 Modules.
Classter provides a reliable centralized cloud-based environment for storing and accessing students’ and faculty data, with the security of MS Azure infrastructure.
Classter uses Azure Backup to provide clients with secure and reliable backup and disaster recovery solutions.
Classter offers supportive services to its customers, among which migration of data from other systems, such as the migration of student and employee data, as well as the import of courses, financial data, books etc.
Classter is fully compliant with GDPR. One of the purposes of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is to protect individuals’ fundamental rights and freedoms, particularly their right to protection of their personal data.
The first factor that determines pricing is the number of your registered active students. Classter is a modular solution, and this is also reflected in the platform’s subscription fee pricing.
The modules you will choose to activate is the second factor that determines the monthly/yearly subscription fee.
At its core, a Student Information System (SIS) is an electronic platform that stores data related to the students of a particular school.
From registration for classes, to attendance in class and grades earned throughout their academic experience, SIS holds records for every student’s educational history.
Student information systems are utilized in educational institutions to register students in courses, document grading and transcripts of academic performance and extracurricular activities, establish student schedules, monitor attendance, generate reports, and handle other data about students.
A Learning Management System (LMS) is a software program or web-based platform created to facilitate, execute and evaluate a certain educational process. The goal of an LMS is to offer educational organizations with the tools they need to provide their learners with training and development, helping them achieve academic success.
ERP is an application that businesses employ to streamline and coordinate their daily operations, such as accounting, procurement, project management, risk analysis and compliance. ERP software helps organizations automate and optimizes their core processes for the best possible outcomes.
CRM stands for Customer Relationship Management, and it can refer to a technology, procedure or plan. Utilizing CRM technology assists educational organizations in constructing and maintaining relationships with students, parents, and educators using analytical data.
A CRM system is used to organize customer information.
It helps with managing sales, provides meaningful insights, connects with social media platforms and facilitates team collaboration. Cloud-based CRM systems offer users the ability to access the system from any location, along with access to specific apps.