13 years old Irish teenage launches his second startup
At Web Summit in Ireland 13 years old Jordan Case announced his second startup “TeachWare”.
TeachWare cloud-based management software will help teachers manage information such as attendance and exam scores about their students.
With TeachWare’s free web-based application teachers will be able to store student information in the cloud, so there is no fear of them losing the information.
The app is cross platform meaning it can be accessed from any device.
Jordan also has a gaming company called Casey Games. The first game he developed reached the number one spot in the iTunes app store. He has three games in the app store.
Speaking to The Irish Times, Jordan said he came up with the idea for TeachWare at school.
“One of my teachers had a big black book where everything from attendance to exam marks was stored. If she lost that book all the information for the entire year was gone. I thought it would be better to have information like that put into the cloud, so even if something happens to a tablet or laptop it will still be there.”
Jordan spent the last three months testing the software in schools in India, South Africa and Ireland, receiving positive feedback.
The app follows freemeium model it is free to use, he plan to make the site ad based and charge a fee for school principals to monitor the activities in each classroom.