South India witnesses a steady growth in learning management system applications

February 1 2016,  12.49 PM IST || Pocket News Alert

 Byndr, a learning management platform for students and teachers designed around a feed for minimal clicks and faster consumption of information

Hyderabad, 01st February 2016: Byndr, a learning management system based in Hyderabad is witnessing aggressive growth in the education sector. Since its inception in March 2015, the Byndr platform is consumed by thirty top colleges and universities based out of South India and has a total install base of over 30000 users.  The app is used by reputed colleges like Sreenidhi Institute of Science and Technology (SNIST), Vardhaman College of Engineering, Vignan Bharathi Institute of Technology, Christu Jyoti Institute of Technology & Science.

Observing an interesting tech problem, wherein most higher education colleges in India are not connected to students on a technology platform for learning, the application was started and is now a handy resource for both teachers and students. Satish Nampally (Hyderabad) and Joseph Freed (Philadelphia), and a team of tech startup enthusiast initiated Byndr international operations in March 2015 and created an infrastructure free platform.  With co-founders both in India and the U.S., Byndr is a graduate of the education technology incubator at the University of Pennsylvania, the Education Design Studio.  Byndr was also a venture prize winner of best product in higher education at the Milken/Penn education business competition.

With the presences of this application, both teachers and students can now connect on a cloud based platform. Teachers can manage their subjects with easy communication and collaboration. Students stay engaged and connected to educational resources outside of the classroom as the application is built with a fast, light and scalable technology.

With an expansion plan of reaching 100 colleges by the end of 2016 the application is rapidly reaching to other cities like Andhra and Telengana.