The myTXTbuddy app on Android has received a lovely revamp to both its UI and effectiveness. Now using the Holo Light theme, its far easier now to use the app to manage your contacts and send bulk messages out.
In the past two decades, core banking systems have evolved from a decentralized architecture to a service oriented one. This presentation explores what has motivated this change and sheds some light on the next frontier of banking. It also provides insight into how DreamOval has prepared for this future with a stack of Open Source technologies tailored for the African Market.
<div style="margin-bottom:5px"> <strong> <a href="http://www.slideshare.net/henrysampson/big-data-banking-customer-vs" title="Big Data Banking: Customer vs. Accounting" target="_blank">Big Data Banking: Customer vs. Accounting</a> </strong> from <strong><a href="http://www.slideshare.net/henrysampson" target="_blank">Henry Sampson</a></strong> </div>
DreamOval’s Head of Engineering & Research, Henry Sampson, has his presentation to the AITEC Conference titled ‘Big Data Banking: Customer vs. Accounting’ available to all by following the link below. Enjoy and let us know what you think. http://ow.ly/n0ajN
This week, DreamOval’s Head of Research and Engineering, Henry Sampson, will be speaking at the 6th AITEC Banking and Mobile Banking Forum from the 10-11th of July at the Accra International Conference Center.
Mr. Sampson will be speaking on ‘Big Data Banking’. Don’t miss it.
Change is good, and change that comes from your own observations about our service is even better. That’s why The MTB Team is proud to announce to you today a slew of new features and service improvements that have been pushed into myTXTbuddy over the past few days.
These changes are meant to make sure it takes less time for you to get on our service and fire off your SMS blasts. Please do try out the features outlined below and let us know what you think.
Today the DreamOval Foundation is at Osu Salem Presby JSS to support our partner: the MTN Ghana Foundation as it embarks on ’21 days of Yello Care’. Together we are creating a better society. http://ow.ly/i/2gtU2
As part of our efforts to transform the youth with the knowledge they require for personal & professional development, the DreamOval Foundation is proudly sponsoring ‘Tech Needs Girls’ (A Soronko Solutions initiative). Girls in a Senior Secondary School in Kumasi will learn how to develop mobile and web applications, interact with software that teaches them more about STEM, and have the advantage of meeting female technologists who will be instructors and mentors.
For more information please visit: http://ow.ly/lzHgW