Welcome to Systematics Education

about systematics

Systematics Education is a Private Limited Company and duly registered with Security Exchange Commission of Pakistan, Company was registered back in 2003. Systematics is also registered with all Government bodies as a Publisher and distributor. We are also active member of ACIF (Anti Counterfeit Infringement Forum Pakistan). Forum is headed by Oxford University Press Pakistan along with other international Publishers to curb piracy in the region Mr Awais Majeed was sole representative for Kaplan Financial and Kaplan Publishing UK and signed first agreement with Kaplan (FTC) in 1996, to recruit students for FTC/Kaplan from Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal Same Year, Mr Majeed Signed agreement with ATFoulks Lynch for Printing ACCA and CIMA publications in Pakistan and successfully ran till 2019. From 1996 to 2003 Mr Majeed was carrying agreements with FTC on his personal name and capacity, later agreement endorsed on company name Systematics office is located in the center of the city and it is business hub of Lahore Pakistan. Lahore city is second largest city after Karachi and has well connected with all major cities of Pakistan, because of location major publishing companies are based in Lahore Systematics also owned a large printing press in industrial area near Lahore, where the covered area of 1.5 acres and has over 100 employees are working at all tiers. Similarly, head office in Lahore is also owned by Systematics with 23 management staff are working. Printing press mainly in note books and school book printing.


Systematics has strong presence in Pakistan and Sri Lanka to distribute CIMA, ACCA, AFD and ICAEW Publications, We have well-built commercial relation with accounting bodies, colleges and with book sellers

Even though, last two years were difficult time for Systematics Education but have firm belief to bounce back. Pakistan and Sri Lanka are badly effected by political and economic unrest. Because of down turn in both economies, in average lost 26% revenue due to currencies devaluation in both countries, 

It is part of our vision to review cost effective, quality conscious and speedy service to our all customers in Sri Lanka and Pakistan. In this regard we revisited our current model of business and realize following analysis.