Enroly raises £1.5m as it seeks global expansion

Enroly has raised a further £1.5 million as it remains on track to have 30% of UK universities using its CAS Shield product in the next academic year.

The software – designed to assist institutions manage the CAS, visa and arrival process from agents and students in over 100 countries – will also be rolled out to Australia and New Zealand in 2022.

“Covid has really fast-tracked the digital transformation agenda in our industry,” said Jeffrey Williams CEO & co-founder of Enroly.

“As CAS Shield is built from the ground up to address CAS, visa and arrival it essentially represents an ‘out of the box’ digital transformation opportunity for universities. The responsiveness and speed with which our partners have implemented positive change has been really impressive.”

Originally posted at The PIE News