Databotix is delighted to announce the launch of our flagship product, Cheqdin – a new generation childcare software and app aimed at nurseries, out of school clubs and pre-schools. After rigorous regression and beta testing our app is now ready for free download in the Apple app store and Google play store.

The software and app package has been designed to help nurseries and out-of-school clubs cut down printing costs and improve operational efficiency by replacing conventional attendance sheets, printed letters and handouts with an easy-to-use digital platform – all at an affordable cost.

While the attention of most childcare and nursery management software that are currently in the market revolves around child-learning journals and record-keeping, Cheqdin hopes to address a gap in the market by focusing on child security, engage more with parents and help nurseries, out-of-school clubs and pre-schools digitize and drive their business by improving productivity and managing their time efficiently.

While features like staff attendance management, live dashboards for tracking staff-children ratio and bulk sign-in-out options would make life easier for the childcare providers, the perks for the parents come in the form of extra peace of mind that their children have been dropped off or picked up by whoever they have assigned; updates and calendar notification from their childcare provider and a convenient, easy-to-use collaboration platform to stay in touch with their child’s childcare providers.

A major feature that both the nurseries, out of school clubs and the parents are bound to love alike is the ‘ad-hoc booking’ which will enable parents to place ad-hoc booking requests via the Cheqdin app. The childcare providers can then easily approve or decline the booking requests on the go depending on availability.

Many more exciting features have been lined up for Cheqdin and will be launched as phase-2 of the product by the third quarter, 2017. To know more about the software, do check out our product website,

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