Offee, a Mumbai-based educational technology platform, recently secured INR 5.25 crore in financing from investors, including JITO Incubation and Innovation Foundation (JIIF), Bombay Industry Association (BIA), and Riidl. According to an official statement, the funds will strengthen the company’s product development, expand its operational reach, and enter new markets.
Offee, set up by Amit Shah, enables educational institutions to conduct any exam digitally without using the internet or a computer laboratory infrastructure. The startup claims that its technology allows easy and fair exam administration and that top-ranking institutions across India have already adopted it. The company believes “Future of world begins in a classroom.”
Offee’s solutions have already been adopted by institutions, including Jai Hind College, Somaiya University, KRCL, KES Shroff College, JBIMS, and over 80 Zilla Parishad Schools, to provide a secure and sustainable examination experience.
Commenting on the funding, Founder of Offee, Amit Shah, said:
With the support of JITO, BIA and Riidl, we are transforming the exam conduction process, making it a reality for students everywhere. This is not just an app for us; we are building a movement. With the backing of our strategic investors, we are poised to make digital exams the norm, ensuring fair and equitable access to all.
With a vision of bringing about a transformative shift for educational institutions and government bodies, The platform aims to streamline the administration of large-scale examinations. It aims to promote the concept that any location can serve as an examination centre, ensuring inclusivity and accessibility at all levels of education.