Uhasibu, the award-winning, cloud-based, and mobile web capable accounting application designed for Kenya.
Uhasibu is a cloud-based accounting application that has been developed by Michael Pedersen whom I featured in a blog post here last month on PesaPi, an open source API for Safaricom’s M-Pesa that he also developed. It seems that Mike has been busier than I thought and from what I
I only found out this past week that a friend, Athman Mohamed, was short-listed for as one of the possible winners for the World Bank’s Apps for Development competition. His entry, FACTCHA, was the only one from Kenya that made it to the final cut and although he did not
AkiraChix, the all girl team of Application Developers won Kes. 1 Million in the inaugural IPO48 competition last night with their M-Farm concept. M-Farm is a mobile-based marketplace that creates transparency for agricultural produce so that farmers and brokers can achieve better prices for their produce. What was even more