SEQTA Software was started in 2006 at the kitchen table by husband and wife team Grant and Sharon Grosser. Grant was a deputy principal of a local school and was continually developing software to help in the administration. Other schools began asking for the system. Sharon was an English teacher and both were parents, so together they decided to create the all-in-one software system that could connect parents, children and teachers.
In 2014, SEQTA was chosen to be one 8 Australian companies run by women to take part in the US-based 'Springboard' accelerator program.
In January 2017 SEQTA Software was acquired by Education Horizons Group, an investment holding company that merged and acquired 4 other edtech businesses, developing an end-to-end software offering that supports school administration, finance, teaching and learning, property and location data management, and distance education.