Allentown, PA, September 10, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Sanvi Integrated Fee Management Application (Sanvi IFMA) is a customized application which, upon completion, will not only maintain fee details of a large educational outfit but also, because of its integration with Sanvi Fee Reconciliation Application (Sanvi FRA), minimize losses due to delayed or missed fee collections and returned or bounced checks. The application is a valuable tool for large educational institutes, whether schools or colleges, to track collections and monitor delays and defaults.
The market for Brainybrawn’s applications created for the education sector is expanding significantly in India. According to a report 'Education in India: Securing the demographic dividend', published by Grant Thornton, the primary and secondary education, or K-12 sector is expected to reach US$ 50 billion in 2015 from US$ 24.5 billion in 2008, growing at an estimated compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 14 per cent.
About Brainybrawn, Inc.
Brainybrawn, Inc., through its subsidiary Sanvi Infotech Pvt. Ltd (India), develops customized web and windows applications and comprehensive solutions across a diversified range of industry segment and also assist media and marketing companies, retailers, and education, healthcare and hospitality providers, in India and elsewhere, by developing products and services to help support, and market their practices and businesses with innovative technology and business solutions such as office and business automation, ERP and comprehensive information management software.
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