Mapua Malayan Digital College (MMDC), Philippines, Empowers Students’ Experiential Digital Studies Through Camu


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Singapore, January 17, 2022 – Camu, a leading EdTech solution with a Unified Student Information System and Learning Management Solution from Octoze Technologies, announced today, the education platform Camu, has been selected as the EdTech partner for Mapúa Malayan Digital College (MMDC) in the Philippines.

MMDC will leverage the benefits of Camu’s unified Student Information System and Learning Management Solution to provide students an experiential learning system to fully equip their online studies, making it a digital-first campus.

“We were quite clear from the beginning of our priorities: students first. Therefore, we needed a system that is designed and built to deliver online programs with ease. So, we decided to partner with Camu”, says Chester Catilago Director, Center for Education Innovation, MMDC. “Higher Education is experiencing multiple transitions, and institutions have to be responsive to these changes. Nobody has the time to wait, nor does our staff have the bandwidth to plough through lengthy training manuals or sessions. Camu has all that we were looking for in an EdTech Solution: it’s comprehensive and user-friendly. The possibility of implementing in the shortest possible time impressed us even more”

Camu offers a seamless user experience, which not only enhances student learning but also simplifies and streamlines academic processes. “Camu’s Unified Student Information (SIS) and Learning Management (LMS) system deliver both the college administration and the academic delivery in one seamless flow making it easy for students to start their journey with MMDC. There is no need for uploads and downloads or integrations with another application”, says Catilago.

Camu’s Virtual Classroom takes MMDC’s digital-first, global classroom concept a step further with features like QR Code Attendance, Lecture Scheduling, Video Conferencing to drive better student engagement, experiences and success.

“We are happy to partner with MMDC”, says AR Swami, Co-Founder & CEO, Camu. Mapúa Malayan group of Institutions has a successful track record of producing graduates who are industry-ready and globally aligned. With Camu, we expect to raise the bar further and meet the requirement of a highly talented global workforce by providing a robust EdTech Solution.”

Outcomes-Based Education (OBE) has been mandated in the Philippines’ education system since 2017 by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). Camu is an integrated cloud-based platform that puts Outcomes-Based Education at the forefront.  Institutions that comply with OBE are more likely to receive institutional or departmental accreditation, which is increasingly becoming the basis of educational merit. Camu simplifies the otherwise time-intensive accreditation process with a ready-to-implement, automated solution that complies with local and international accreditations. It also has the flexibility to adapt to any governance model.

About Camu

Camu, is a cloud solution offered in the SaaS model for both, the web and mobile platforms. Camu offers an Integrated Student Information System (SIS) and Learning Management System (LMS) with a framework that enables Institutions to easily adopt modern learning concepts such as Outcome-Based Education (OBE), Competency-based learning, and the Flexible Choice Based Credit System (CBCS). Camu has a client base of over 400+ Institutions and 1 million students and a presence across  Countries. To know more about Camu, visit

To learn more about MMDC, visit

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