African edtech, Snapplify Named Amongst Top 6 Higher Education Players Globally

Snapplify, an African edtech has been named one of the top six higher education players worldwide.

In a new report focusing on the global tertiary e-textbook and multimedia market, edtech company Snapplify has been named one of the top six Higher Education players worldwide.

Snapplify’s traction in the Higher Education market has grown considerably, spurred in part by the pandemic and more broadly, by the pressure on institutions to embrace digital tools and prepare for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Snapplify’s Higher Education specialist Penny de la Plain attributes the company’s growth to three factors: its robust technology, its strong partnerships with publishers and booksellers, and its excellent support team.

Snapplify’s technology is built for education – it’s simple to use and it also integrates with other tools, including hundreds of LMSes, allowing for an easier, frictionless learning experience.

Penny de la Plain, Higher Education Specialist, Snapplify

Snapplify has partnered with hundreds of publishers to provide key academic content to institutions, and boasts the largest network of independent booksellers in Africa.

Working closely with publishers and booksellers, we’ve created a one-stop shop for books. Institutions and their students can order all their digital and hardcopy textbooks using one platform, without needing to shop around or work with various suppliers.

Penny de la Plain, Higher Education Specialist, Snapplify

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