The Bombay Industry Association (BIA), Riidl, and JITO Incubation and Innovation Foundation (JIIF) Investors contributed Rs. 5.25 crores to the Mumbai-based edtech startup Offee.
With this finance, Offee will be able to further develop new products, scale up operations, and enter new markets.
Amit Shah, the Founder of Offee, said, “With the support of JITO, BIA, and Riidl, we are transforming the exam conduction process, making it a reality for students everywhere.” He further emphasized, “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.”
Shah views this investment as a step towards a worldwide education system that is more open, effective, and paperless.
For lifelong learning, Offee designs and develops hardware-based systems with comprehensive analytics and research-backed assessment platforms.
With performance reports and upskilling, The Offee, an AI-enabled platform, increases the productivity of professionals, academics, and learners to open doors.
Orage Digital, an education startup founded in 2017, created Offee, the first digital exam platform in India that allows students to take exams on their own devices without requiring infrastructure or internet access.