Who are you?
We are a global social enterprise harnessing the power of information and leveraging mobile technologies to revolutionize the impact of development programs through optimal use of limited resources.
 What do you do?
We work with development organizations & donors to modernize their project management, decision making (at all level), and monitoring activities through the use of mobile technologies.
 How do you do?
We work hand-in-hand with development organizations through the entire life-cycle from conceptualization to scale up and build internal capacity within the organizations in the process to enable independent growth through the following set of services:
- Systems Design
- Technical Solutions
- Service Maintenance
- Capacity Building
- Change Management
- Field Implementation
- Operational Research
- Impact Evaluation
- Eco-System Building
 How does the system work?
The frontline arms (field resources) of govt. and NGOs use inexpensive mobile phones loaded with sophisticated software for medical triage-based data collection by interviewing patients, and sending out the data to a server through internet. The mobile application is based on either Java (J2ME) or Android software, and data sending from and receiving to server is done using GPRS connectivity. Server creates a comprehensive and secured database, and process the data according to given logics. Additionally, the management views the processed real-time information in different interactive dashboards/web-interfaces of any handy monitor (e.g. laptop, smart phone) for regular monitoring of beneficiaries and field sources, effective decision-making and timely reporting.
 Where do you work?
Currently, we have interventions in Bangladesh, India and Egypt. Previously we worked in Philippines, Guatemala, Botswana and USA.
 With whom do you work?
Some of our key current partners include BRAC, Johns Hopkins University, Shiree (DFID), UPPR (UNDP), International Breast Cancer Research Foundation, University of Toronto, Sajida Foundation, Friendship, Amader Gram, and Ministries in Health in Bangladesh, Egypt and Botswana.
 What are the infrastructures needed to develop a mobile technology-based healthcare system?
This system needs internet-enabled mobile phones, server and computer.
 Do you develop the software/ mobile applications in-house or outsourced?
We mostly develop software in-house, but sometimes we outsource software developing to our other partner organization.
 What Language Software and Server do you use?
We use both Java (J2ME) and Android software, and both Linux and Windows server.
 What sort of mobile phones do you use? Price of that mobile phone?
Any mobile which support Java software (it can be Nokia brand or any reputed brand) or Android. In Bangladesh, Java-enabled mobile phones cost 5000-6000 BDT ($60-75), and Android phones cost 13,000-15000 BDT ($160-185).
 What is the size of a single response?
A single response usually includes 20 questions including 1 picture and 2 audio files. The size of a single response is 20 KB.
*Data sending cost vary from country to country and the relationship with the telecom operators.