About the speaker
Nishant Agarwal is the Founder at Proctur. Nishant holds an International MBA degree from IE Business School (Madrid, Spain) and a B.E in Instrumentation and Control from Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology (New Delhi, India). His core expertise lies in handling Management, Business Strategy, Product Management, Innovation, Digital Marketing, and Analytics. During an interaction with TheTechPod – “Tier 3 towns are as aspirational as the metro towns in tech adaption,” says Nishant Agarwal.
Nishant is a product enthusiast and has more than 16 years of cross-functional experience. Leading various technology brands in Asia and Europe. His earlier stints include working with Citibank Japan, Fidelity International (Gurgaon, India), and Infosys Technologies (Bangalore, India). He is a serial entrepreneur and has been involved with the founding of various startups.
About the company
Developed by Eduspace Technologies, a pioneer in the digitization of educational institutions, and incepted in Nov 2016, Proctur is a brand dedicated to providing technologically-backed educational solutions to both the organized as well as unorganized educational institutes throughout the country (including schools, tuitions, coaching centers, etc.).
Proctur serves as a unifying platform. Where all the stakeholders can access the information they need to maintain a steady flow of education. It allows the teachers to take attendance, students and parents to make fees payment, apply for leave. And, even communicate with teachers over the app.
The company currently has a user base of 2500+ Institutes with 15,000+ teachers and 1 Million+ students. Proctur has shown an exceptional growth rate even in this short span of its existence. With a 200% increase in client base in the last 3 months. And, a 10X increase in its software usage in the past year alone.
In an interaction with Rohit Sardana, Nishant Agarwal speaks about the future of education in India. Also, Rohit Sardana is the Editor-in-Chief at TheTechPod and Co-founder of IncubateIND. Let’s hear the complete podcast. And, also understand – “Tier 3 towns are as aspirational as the metro towns in tech adaption – Nishant Agarwal.”