Yahoo Finance can tell you that Alexei Beltyukov is an entrepreneur and philanthropist from Russia. He has founded numerous companies like A-Ventures, Endemic Capital, New Gas Technologies and SOLVY. In early 2015, he was named the Chief Operating Officer at SOLVY. In April, he was thrilled to exchange and share feedback about this new venture with professionals in the education fraternity on the ideal venue for this interactive educational software. He chose Educator Day conference that was held in LA to market the educational software from SOLVY.
Educator Day incorporates hundreds of education professionals who explore dozen products that are offered to the sector by different entrepreneurs. Alexei Beltyukov values education in a broadening perspective through continuation of learning in terms of his entrepreneurship skills that have eventually created SOLVY. Indeed, teaching experts and EdTech experts are drawing attention from this new venture. SOLVY was recently listed by Launchingnext.com as one of the most promising startups all over the world.
The venture targets high school student to do their homework on an online platform. SOLVY will allow tutors to create and give customized assignments in an effective and timely manner. SOLVY.com doesn’t have multiple-choice question, however, students are supposed to input their answers showing the process they followed. According to Beltyukov, they want to encourage students through progressive thinking and growth mindset to make mistakes and learn how to correct them.
Alexei Beltyukov says that SOLVY.com will become a great name when talking about solving mathematic problems. This software is meant to help teachers understand and manage the progress achieved by their students even when they are not in classrooms.
This app uses real problem solving techniques that are applied in math. Due to this, learners are offered multiple ways to tackle the problems and get the needed results. Unlike other online textbooks, this software will interact with learners using hints and response. As a result, tutors are able to generate performance reports thus reducing tiresome homework and assignment grading.