Egypt’s first payment management and digital collection platform dedicated for the educational sector, Klickit, collaborated with 30 June Group to add 122 new private and international schools to its portfolio.
The platform aims to offer parents a variety of payment options including online and offline channels, thus creating hassle-free payments across Egypt.
With the help of Klickit’s payment partners: Fawry, Paymob, and the Housing and Development Bank, this solution will be implemented across all schools in all governorates. Klickit will provide various integrations, enabling schools and parents to have a wide array of payment methods along with other value-added services, all in one platform.
Klickit eliminates inconveniences associated with school fees collection, and solves the complex problem of inaccurate payment tracking across payment channels. Furthermore, it streamlines payment processes for schools and ensures 24-hour access.
Saeed Talaat, Co-founder and CEO of Klickit, said: “We’re proud to be a partner of 30 June schools, expanding our portfolio to include a wider range of schools across Egypt. I’m glad to see government entities believe in the digitization of payment processes within the educational space, which encourages us to expand our efforts towards establishing a cashless society.”
Over 55,000 educational enterprises, including prestigious institutions, schools, and nurseries, have chosen KlickIt as their partner to date. Klickit has processed EGP 1bn worth of payment transactions, in addition to the current partnership with Egypt’s Ministry of Education, the company plans to roll out the solution across several local and regional banks. In fact, it recently declared cooperation with Banque Misr to offer payment hub solutions to the educational sector.