OpenLMIS is an open-source web-enabled electronic logistics management information system that serves over 11,000 health facilities across Africa. Its main role is reducing stock inefficiencies and improving health outcomes in an affordable way.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic will surely leave a mark in modern world history. In fact, it is a crisis unlike any we have known so far. It influences the whole world, making the global village closer than ever – in a medical, social, political, and business sense.
This time, ODK Collect was used to help fight with the world crisis which we are facing now: the coronavirus (COVID-19) threat. Inspired by the World Health Organization – Open Data Kit teams digitized WHO’s Minimum Data Set Report Form which is the interim report for confirmed and probable cases.
Many comparisons have been made to prove one tool’s superiority over the other or – on the contrary – to show distinctions that make each tool more or less useful in various use cases. Surely, Trello allows teams to organize their projects visually while Jira is unbeatable in its management structure – it can keep even large teams well-coordinated and on track.
The world linked by a unified core code base that accelerates society’s development and improves co-operation in crucial business sectors? Seems like a sci-fi dream? Well, yes, probably a bit. However, the latest project by OpenLMIS, which SolDevelo took an active part in, indicates that this fantasy is not so far fetched at all.