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Local edtech startup looks to disrupt global education industry with cloud-based software

Michelle Zhu
Michelle Zhu5/3/2017 3:53 PM GMT+08  • 4 min read
Local edtech startup looks to disrupt global education industry with cloud-based software
SINGAPORE (May 3): Cialfo’s software as a service (SaaS) platform currently covers 3,000 global tertiary education institutions through 18 countries across the globe including Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, Canada and Germany.
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SINGAPORE (May 3): Cialfo’s software as a service (SaaS) platform currently covers 3,000 global tertiary education institutions through 18 countries across the globe including Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, Canada and Germany.

Following its Pre-Series A funding in 3Q16, Singapore-based education technology (edtech) startup is aiming to expand its reach in the region by working with partners across Malaysia, Indonesia, and Vietnam.

Cialfo was initially founded in 2012 by Stanley Chia and Rohan Pasari as a college application management consultancy. Its proprietary software platform was eventually conceptualised in early 2015 to handle an increase in customer influx.

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