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Tag: Logistics

OpenLMIS supply chains

How to reduce health supply chains inefficiencies in an effective way

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.

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Product Catalog Management Tool

PCMT is actually a set of add-on modules to an industry-leading open-source tool, Akeneo Community Edition. Akeneo, a Product Information Management (PIM) solution, significantly improves product data quality and accuracy while simplifying and accelerating product catalog management.

PCMT- supply chain

Introducing the Product Catalog Management Tool – supply chain improvement

The Project Catalog Management Tool, an open-source software tool released in January 2020, allows organizations to publish and manage product catalogs.

OpenLMIS- How SolDevelo helped to solve critical healthcare supply chain challenges in Africa

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.

Malawi becomes the first country to use OpenLMIS v3

Malawi has recently became the first country to deploy and use the latest version of OpenLMIS – an electronic Logistics Management Information Systems (LMIS) solution that facilitates the requisition and resupply process of health commodities.

OpenLMIS Version 3 release

Together with VillageReach, an OpenLMIS community founding member, we worked on a complete remake of the OpenLMIS core software throughout 2016.

Open Logistics Management Information System

The mission of OpenLMIS is to collaboratively develop shared, open-source software in order to improve health commodity distribution in low and middle-income countries.