Student engagement platform extends global reach with latest collaboration
Liverpool technology company Collabco, which is behind student engagement platform myday, has joined forces with two leading organisations in the student marketplace.
Collabco has teamed up with Ready Education and Netherlands-based StuComm to become one of the largest student engagement platform provider.
The collaboration immediately offers existing customers the benefits of a huge global network.
The new alliance will use its global scale to continue delivering and improving the localised experiences that ensure all customers continue to drive student success and engagement.
Collabco’s myday platform allows students to access information across any device, anytime, anywhere.
The myday platform is a digital dashboard tool used by many leading educational establishments in the UK and across the globe to drive student engagement, participation, and retention. It enables universities, colleges and schools to aggregate the information students need on a daily basis and present it in an intuitive and modern styled interface.
Andrew Taylor, CEO of Collabco, said: “Collabco has been able to have a significant impact on student lives thanks to the hard work and commitment of the team.
“I am hugely excited to see this impact magnified by joining with Ready Education and StuComm to become a truly global force in student engagement.”
In April, Collabco announced turnover had reached £2.2m. with new customers across the globe including the US, New Zealand, Finland and Germany.
Callum Sellar, David Smith and Keith Benson of Dow Schofield Watts provided corporate finance advice to the shareholders of Collabco while Shoosmiths provided legal advice.