SchoolMint raises $5.6 Million to digitise school enrollment

By | February 10, 2016

SchoolMint, a SaaS startup for digital enrollment of students in schools has raised $5.6 Million from a bunch of investors including Runa Capital, Reach Newschools Capital, Fresco Capital, the Govtech Fund, Kapor Capital, Crosslink Capital, Maiden Lane Ventures and CSC Upshot.

The main aim of Schoolmint is to digitise the enrollment process for all age groups in school and make it hassle free and more organized for the institutions as well as the parents.

SchoolMint is currently working in 70 cities in 30 states across 2 countries. The company claims to reach to the families of 1.5 million children.

With the raised fund, SchoolMint plans to expand to more cities along with providing better technology and options to the parents enrolling their kids for any kind of education in school.