Hello, We Are ManageBac.We provide a Curriculum First Learning Platform for the world's leading international schools. Founded in 2006, we serve over 800,000 students and 2,900 schools in 120 countries.
Our Core Principles
We deliver efficiency.
We measure our success by the amount of time saved and paperwork eliminated.
Our schools are our investors.
They fund our development by paying for our service and by providing us with new ideas. We answer to them.
Software should be affordable.
Which is why our service is priced reasonably with no server required.
We are patient long-term builders.
Benjamin Franklin once said, “Energy and persistence conquer all things.” We work hard to build great software and to exceed expectations.
We don’t nickel and dime.
Our competitors love charging fees for setup, online training, maintenance, and upgrades. We don’t surprise you with hidden fees, and aim to operate as transparently as possible.
Great service matters.
We take our responsibility seriously. We pride ourselves on our fast e-mail replies and 24/7 accessibility. Whether you are in Hong Kong, Geneva or New York, we are awake when you are.
Company Key Milestones
We’ve been serving international schools for over 10 years, and serving the IB education community has, and always will be, our core focus.
Founded at the University of Pennsylvania by three IB Diploma graduates.
CAS Manager launches at the IBAP conference, simplifying CAS management.
MYP Community & Service, Extended Essay and ToK functions are added.
CAS Manager changes its name to ManageBac, reflecting a broader focus on the Diploma and Middle Years programmes.
The IB grants permission to digitize forms from the Handbook of Procedures.
ManageBac launches in Spanish and French.
Curriculum planning and assessment functions are added.
ManageBac exceeds 1,000 schools and is used by 1 in 2 DP students.
IBIS exam registration becomes fully automated. Goodbye manual data entry!
Launch of Primary Years system for curriculum planning.
OpenApply launches for the paperless admissions office of the future.
Launch of ManageBac iOS.
ManageBac User Group Conferences begin, further connecting our community of schools.
As the developers of the new IB eCoursework system, we launch direct integration with ManageBac.
Release of LaunchPad for Single-Sign-On across all Services.
Managebac exceeds 2,000 schools and is used by 4 in 5 DP students.
Migration to Amazon Web Services Canada.
Launch of Curriculum First with broader curriculum support for IGCSE, A Levels and Advanced Placement.
Launch of new, fully-responsive ManageBac user interface.
join forces to develop the next generation of curriculum first learning platforms.
ManageBac launches in Chinese.
Redesigned ManageBac for Mobile.
ManageBac PYP Next is launched to support the transition to the enhanced PYP.
Founded in 2006 to transition schools off paper onto a curriculum-focused learning platform. Today we serve over 2,900 schools and over 800,000 students in 120 countries with a distributed team spread across 8 offices.
Faria was reorganised on Aug 1, 2016 to reflect our future focus as an international education service & systems company. ManageBac is an operating subsidiary of Faria Education Group Ltd.
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A: Passion We must love the business and wake up excited every day to go to work. We must believe that the passion will be there in 10-20 years.
B: Blue Ocean Wave There must be a ten-year tail wind of secular compound growth within the market and strong rational reasons supporting the market growth i.e. not growth resulting from short-term government policy or market distortions, but from healthy and sustainable development with sound logic & customer success.
C: Global Scale Leader Within ten years, there must be the potential for the company to be a global scale market leader.
D: Build & Stack There must be a natural opportunity to grow through building extensions from the core product i.e. the first product must function as the root of the tree with branches developing over time.
E: Staircase The business should have strong recurring revenue with minimal churn. It should not be possible to fall backwards over time even if growth slows, the past progress should serve as a floor.