Pelangi School in Ubud, Bali is a small international independent school with approximately 200 students. It is a not-for-profit school that has provided holistic education for local and international students since 2006.
The problem: to modernise school data management within the budget and resources of a small school
Since its establishment in 2006, Pelangi School relied on Excel spreadsheets and computer programmes to manage student data and attendance. This caused issues with a growing team not being able to access data in a central location.
As a small, independent, not-for-profit school, cost and a lack of personnel resources was a very real concern. Pelangi School has no internal IT department to facilitate and support the implementation of a school management system and had a small budget to work within. Both of these created a barrier for the school to stay up to date with technology in the current climate.