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.
Homelessness is a very serious problem in the United States. According to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, seventeen out of every 10,000 people in the United States were experiencing homelessness on a single night in January 2019.
In today’s highly digital world, the constantly growing amount of data available to us can be overwhelming. It is enough to mention the IoT (Internet of Things) that has given rise to new data sources.
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.
Open source software is software with source code that everyone can control, modify, and improve. In a broader sense, it is an idea of unlimited access to the software’s source code. The free software movement was started by an American organization called Open Source Initiative, established in 1998.
It took place on October 12th and contained 11 talks about Free Software, Open Source, programming, and IT in general. The goal of the Poznań event was to encourage new people to join the Open Source movement.
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.