SoftWorks will work with South Sudan Ministry of Health and counterpart to develop a pharmaceutical information tracking dashboard for South Sudan. The software will track and monitor stock status of ARV and Tracer Pharmaceutical products of South Sudan health system.Read More
The project is to completely redesign Inter....Guide software which was developed using DBase III and ColdFusion. The software package consists of developing two desktop software and one web site with periodic data sync among the tools. The Inter...Guide collects and maintains historical drug prices all around the world and is used as a reference guide by thousands of users from around the globe.Read More
SoftWorks working with the SIAPS Namibia team and the technical counterparts from MoHSS, to customize and adapt the already developed OSPSIDA and OSPSANTE dashboards to deploy this pharmaceutical commodity management tool and e-Early Warning System (e-EWS) for HIV/AIDS medicines and other essential medicines for Namibia.Read More
UIMS V3 TRAINING COMPLETED FOR 488 SITES
SIAPS Bangladesh Logistics Technical Advisors and DGFP Master Trainers completed training of UIMS v3 software to 488 upazila store staff, total 971, with technical assistance from SoftWorks during the period 10 May - 11 June 2015. UIMS v3 was developed by SoftWorks during the period Nov 2014 - Feb 2015 for DGFP, MONFW which is a complete inventory management software for DGFP upazila stores and has ability to sync all data to SCIP web portal.
SOFTWORKS CONDUCTED HANDS-ON TRAINING TO BCCM WEB PORTAL
BCCM web portal was developed under SIAPS Bangladesh project in 2015. A full day hands-on orientation was conducted by SoftWorks support staff to BCCM technical team, the orientation covered Joomla back-end management, creating new menus and articles, uploading news and documents in the portal.
OSPSANTE TRAINING CONDUCTED TO MALI MOH STAFF
SoftWorks Managing Director visited Mali to conduct training to Mali Ministry of Health staff on the newly developed OSPSANTE web portal. Total 160 persons were trained in 4 batches at Hotel Azalai Salam, Bamako. Mr. Seydou Doumbia, Principal Technical Advisor, SIAPS and SIAPS Mali technical staff assisted to conduct different sessions. OSPSANTE is a Health Commodity Dashboard for Mali, Guinea & South Sudan for monitoring Malaria/FP/MCH product stock status.
SOFTWORKS CONDUCTED TOT TO SIAPS/BD AND DGFP STAFF
SoftWorks conducted ToT to SIAPS Bangladesh Logistics Technical Advisors and DGFP Master Trainers, a total of 30 persons on UIMS version 3. The participants were oriented on how to conduct training sessions, installation of UIMS v3, common software and Windows troubleshooting etc. After the ToT the trainees will conduct training to 468 upazila store staff all around Bangladesh.
SOFTWORKS MANAGING DIRECTOR JOINED SIAPS/WA REGIONAL STAKEHOLDERS WORKSHOP AT ACCRA, GHANA
SIAPS West Africa arranged a regional stakeholders workshop at Accra, Ghana on 20-21 April 2015 for discussing and generating feedbacks from the focal countries and other stakeholders on the performance and issues encountered during the implementation of OSPSIDA and way forward. SoftWorks Managing Director was invited to take part in the preparation of the workshop, conduct a presentation on OSPSIDA and OSPSANTE dashboards, analyze recommendations and finalize future tasks/updates related to the OSPSIDA portal.
Development of Bonded Goods Inventory Management and Equipment Tracking System of Nassah Logistics Services Limited. Euroget De Invest S.A. signed contract with the Government of Ghana to finance and construct nine (9) hospitals for the Ministries of Health and Defence. The Logistics service support for the project has been subcontracted to Nassah Logistics and have to setup an international standard holding warehouse for port to destination holdings and delivery. Nassah's job is to receive equipment and materials, hold in stock where or transport direct to the site.Read More
COMMODITY TRACKING SYSTEM ROLLOUT IN SWAZILAND
SoftWorks Managing Director visited Mbabane, Swaziland to conduct User Acceptance Testing (UAT) to Central Warehouse staff on the developed Commodity Tracking System (CTS) software. Feedback collected during UAT session will be updated in the CTS by 30th Jan 2015.
IT SUPPORT SERVICES FOR SIAPS/BD EXTENDED FOR 2015
SoftWorks has been providing IT support services to SIAPS Bangladesh program since 2010. SoftWorks has been awarded a contract to provide IT support services for the period 28 Dec 2014 till 27 Dec 2015. Under the contract SoftWorks will provide support to maintain SCMP, SCIP, UIMS, WIMS & DGDA web portal.
JICA awarded SoftWorks a contract to develop a web portal for collection and monitoring of energy consumption data collection web portal to be implemented for Sustainable & Renewable Energy Development Authority under Ministry of Energy and Mineral resources. The portal will be one stop source for renewable energy data for Bangladesh.Read More
Aquaheat New Zealand Ltd gave a contract to SoftWorks for the development of AQH Data Collection Tool which consists of a back-end and an Android application for collection of data from sites. The Android app will upload data automatically at specific interval to the web portal.Read More
SIAPS contracted SoftWorks to develop Health Commodity Dashboard for Mali, Guinea and South Sudan to monitor commodity status of Malaria/FP/MCH commodities. OSPSANTE will be a multi-lingual web portal supporting English & French language. The dashboard will first be rolled out in Mali.Read More
The HIV & AIDS commodities Tracking Tool is a early warning system dashboard for 6 West African Countries: Benin - Burkina Faso - Cameroon - Guinea - Niger - Togo to capture, track, aggregate, and gain information about ARVs, RTKs, and other HIV & AIDS commodities for better and faster decision making. The HIV & AIDS commodities Tracking Tool is a early warning system dashboard for 6 West African Countries: Benin - Burkina Faso - Cameroon - Guinea - Niger - Togo to capture, track, aggregate, and gain information about ARVs, RTKs, and other HIV & AIDS commodities for better and faster decision making.Read More