Mombasa’s Pandya Hospital makes processes digital with SAP Business One

Hospitals across the continent are confronted with challenges brought by technological disruption and increased demands. According to the World Economic Forum, in order to deliver continued improvements to the world’s health, healthcare will need to be transformed, with digital playing a vital role. And when a hospital’s technology is inadequate, the knock-on effects can be…

Why identity verification matters for African mobile operators

According to the 2017 Mobile Economy Report of the GSM Association, Africa currently has 420 million unique mobile subscribers representing a 43 percent penetration. By 2020, the report predicts that 500 million Africans will be mobile subscribers, making it the fastest-growing mobile market. Perhaps more important, smartphone connections have doubled in Sub-Saharan Africa to nearly…

Rheinmetall flight training technology takes off

Training solutions specialist Rheinmetall has been supplying training technology for more than a decade, supporting numerous major military systems such as the NH90, EF2000, Tornado, MIG 29, Tiger, A400M and KC390, as well as civil projects like the EC135, A320 and EC145. The Düsseldorf-based group’s experience in the design, development, fabrication, maintenance and operation of…

Oemeta’s water-miscible metalworking fluids for special materials

Industrial lubricants specialist Oemeta presents new water-miscible metalworking fluids at AMB 2018. With special, newly developed products for titanium alloys, carbides and non-ferrous metals, the manufacturing firm introduces compatible oils for special materials. Its innovations offer high levels of corrosion protection, lubricating performance and swarf removal, respectively. This has been proven in multiple test series….

Andela launches pan-African technology hub in Kigali

Software engineering enterprise Andela now operates a pan-African technology hub in its fourth African market: Kigali, Rwanda. Andela is partnering with the Government of Rwanda through the Rwanda Development Board, which is responsible for transforming the country into a dynamic global hub for business, investment and innovation. A model of technological excellence on the African…

BMW innovates autonomous driving with codeBeamer ALM software

Intland Software GmbH, developer of codeBeamer ALM, has confirmed that BMW has adopted its software tool. The German carmaker uses Intland’s Application Lifecycle Management software platform to propel the innovation and development of its autonomous driving technology. With this high-profile automotive customer win, Intland Software’s fully integrated collaborative ALM solution takes a step further towards…

New realities in the automotive industry

In the auto industry, hardly anything stays the same. Due to the trend towards e-mobility, both the requirements and the framework conditions have changed significantly, even when it comes to hiring specialists and executives. It’s not the car manufacturers and suppliers themselves that are able to select best minds; it’s now more a case of…

Why Botswana is poised for further growth

With internet penetration hovering at approximately 28 per cent and the number of mobile subscribers showing more than 2,000 per cent growth from 2000 to 2011, Botswana is ideally poised to benefit from the opportunities that cloud computing provides.

Lech Wałęsa promotes improved communications at IGCF

The 7th International Government Communication Forum (IGCF), organised by the International Government Communication Centre of Sharjah Government Media Bureau at Expo Centre Sharjah, included speeches by the guest of honour Lech Wałęsa, former President of Poland, and HE Tariq Saeed Allay, Director of Sharjah Government Media Bureau.