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The Long Awaited Tertiary Integrated System (infojiffy.com) To Be launched Next Month

The long awaited tertiary integrated system(infojiffy.com)  to be launched next month and we can’t wait.

  The developers, ESF solutions and managers, MABTech Imperium of the much awaited tertiary integrated system  has hinted that the system will start operating by the first week of February 2018 . The system which will be introduced with the purpose of helping in the dissemination of information throughout the tertiary fraternity, to be faster and easier than the currently used ones.
The system has  navigation  tabs that helps leaders to create accounts which has the  features of a “mini website” with which  they will be able to add to the page info; their constitutions ,  maps and others . It also has a special feature that only notifies users when a leader or an administrator post’s to the group. It also  sends notifications from administrators to users who don’t use smart phones  via SMS.
The system also helps users  to do away with junk messages since they wouldn’t receive alerts from messages that do not come from administrative leaders. However, it is not for students only, but rather, for business purposes as well due to its ads feature that allows users to advertise to the university community and the entire users which would be free.
From this, we can only be happy and we can’t wait for the system to begin. And to EFS solutions, we say thank you for your good work.
You can follow them on the social media accounts for more information about how it works on
Facebook and Instagram @infoJiffy
Twitter @infojiffy2017

About Kwame Boateng

I am a Student, Promoter, Publicist and Sound engineer. I love music.

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