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Meet our members: eCompX

Publisert: 26. oktober 2018

eCompX produce educational computers which enable people to increase their knowledge regardless of location and internet and electrified infrastructure. We caught up with Sami Tarik Lazreg, CEO, to hear more about how they enable people to achieve their dreams; their product development in China and their challenges.

 
 

Can you describe briefly what eCompX do?
eCompX produce educational computers which enable people to increase their knowledge regardless of location and internet and electrified infrastructure. Our goal is to empower people through knowledge and enable the realization of one’s dreams.

How does your product work?
We build computers that run our operating system with educational tools.

What do you want to change?
We want to help people achieve their dreams, because the only thing between a dream and the realization is the knowledge and action to build your dream.

Why did you choose edtech?
We chose edtech because knowledge, when applied, has the potential to change individuals’ life conditions and society as a whole. To quote, «Knowledge is power» and Benjamin Franklin once said «An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.»

What do you see are the biggest challenges in this market?
The biggest challenge is the lack of transparency in the marketplace, which leads to governments, schools and individuals choosing products that do not add enough value.

What is your next big steps or ambitions?
Our next big step is launching a great product and establish contracts with the right entities.

In what way has being a member of Oslo Edtech Cluster made a difference for you?
Oslo Edtech Cluster is a great platform that provides information about relevant events, and connection with like-minded and complimentary companies and solutions.

How many employees do you have?
We are a small and effective team of 4 skilled people dedicated to creating great products that make a positive social impact. We are spending time in China building the hardware and setting up manufacturing facilities and preparing for our product launch.

Which stage do you say your company is at? Growth? Well established?
eCompx is in the startup stage. We are developing our product and technology portfolio, and preparing to launch our products while working on our first pre-production contracts.