The team decided to whip up a quick graphic on Xylo Cloud Ticketing‘s achievements after it’s first 6 months on the market. In case you’ve not heard of it yet, Xylo is a cloud ticketing platform DreamOval released in August 2013 with a simple aim: Make Ticketing Simple. Here’s a quick look at how far we got in that mission.
Say Hello To Buddy!
After months of planning and building, the myTXTbuddy Team would like to announce the release of a new and improved myTXTbuddy!
With the new myTXTbuddy we’ve focused on innovating to provide you with a simpler and more efficient experience. With the new website and application, we’ve taken a serious effort in rebuilding the MTB experience from the ground up. We’ve redesigned to make it easier for you to find the necessary information on the website and make it as simple as possible for you to send messages to multiple contacts. Continue reading
This launch marks the dawn of a new age of cloud ticketing. With Xylo, you the event organizer can easily publish and sell your tickets online. With Xylo as your lens, you the individual can check out upcoming events and purchase tickets easily from your PC or mobile device.
It’s time ticketing got a makeover. Experience:
- 24/7 sales,
- Rapid check-ins,
- Live sales monitoring,
- Event attendee data,
- Sales report generation,
..and more stress-reduction from Xylo. Event ticketing can really be that simple.
Head on over to http://www.xylo.mobi to check out available tickets for purchase or register your own event tickets for sale. To inquire about event registration or ticket sales contact us at email@example.com or 0303-411045/0263775030
What is perhaps one of the most important but unseen pillars of the technology revolution, seems to finally be coming out of the shadows. Much of the technology we use most often today is either itself or is based on what is termed ‘free/open-source software’.
But what exactly is ‘free software’? The simplest explanation is that free software is not any particular program or piece of code but is rather an ideology. It is one which proclaims that software which is developed should be created in an open manner which allows anyone else to examine and make changes to the source code.
During the past week, DreamOval’s CEO Derrydean Dadzie was awarded the Gold Award in ICT at the recently held National Youth Achievers Awards initiated by the President of the Republic of Ghana, H.E John Dramani Mahama.
The award was presented to Mr. Dadzie by the CEO of RLG Mr. Roland Agambire. At the ceremony was the President of Ghana, H.E. John Dramani Mahama, government appointees, and heads of Institutions and Industry. Other award recipients included Jackie Appiah, Stephen Appiah, Sarkodie, Anas Aremeyaw Anas and other luminaries.
Mr. Dadzie beat out the competition and received this award in respect of the many innovations this company has churned out over the past year. These include Ghana’s first online payments service (iWallet), Ghana’s first App Store (MobiBuddy), and now Ghana’s first online Domains Sale & Management Agency (Qikli).
DreamOval has also been instrumental in leading the eCommerce revolution in Ghana by empowering businesses for online sales through iWallet. The award has been widely reported by the major news houses and television stations.
We thank you our customers and patrons who support us in our endeavours to see an African Life Made Simple through technology.
DreamOval Ltd today announces the launch of Qikli (www.qikli.mobi), a domain purchase and management service. Qikli serves all people looking to purchase a domain name for their website and emails by affording them a simple, on-line interface to pay for these domains in Ghana Cedis and manage them independently.
Across Ghana, many businesses are recognizing the value of having a website to promote themselves. The first step in this process is to purchase the appropriate domain name. A domain is the web addresses of your website, sometimes referred to as the site name (e.g. www.dreamoval.com).
Over the past decade, software developers over the world have adopted a new project management framework known popularly as Agile Development. This framework ostensibly seeks to put the customers first to develop and deploy software that most directly meets customer needs. Simply put, it proposes breaking down the software development process into incremental stages that continuously create increasingly complex versions of software. This entire process is meant to be responsive to changing customer demands. Agile Development has really picked up steam both amongst major software developers and tech start-ups over the years as they look to achieve more with smaller development teams. In Ghana as well we are seeing a rise in the teaching of agile methods in tech education as well as its use by local developer teams in organizations. So what exactly is ‘Agile’?
In Ghana we’ve discussed, researched, and held numerous workshops on the challenges in starting a small business in this country, tech-oriented or otherwise. We’ve known for years that the biggest challenge has been the difficulty in accessing affordable credit. However, despite the ‘best’ efforts of our central bank, credit rates remain high and distinctly unaffordable for most entrepreneurs. So the government’s plan so far isn’t working, that’s obvious. But can the private sector do anything themselves about this?
Minister of Communications, Haruna Iddrisu, recently revealed government plans to build a technology park to encourage high-tech entrepreneurial growth in Tema. This park is set to model successful examples such as Egypt’s Smart Village, South Africa’s Innovation Hub and the best known example, Silicon Valley of the United States. Laudable, and feasible, as this project may appear at first glance, strong doubts can and must be raised as to whether the government plan has the necessary factors to become as big a success as Silicon Valley.