The first 5 Months of Xylo – How We Did

The first 5 Months of Xylo – How We Did

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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.

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Are We Really Innovating?

IImagennovation is a word that is increasingly being bandied about in Ghana. As our tech sector rises and government continues to push for increased entrepreneurial efforts, innovation has become the catch-word of the day. There are certainly plenty of ‘push and pull’ factors in favour of greater innovation from especially the youth of this country.

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How can Technology Transform Education in Ghana?

ICT in Education

The Ghanaian education system today is in a bad state with massive failures in primary education, the length of secondary school cycles in constant flux, and the major universities altering admissions procedures and course materials.

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Could Steve Jobs Have Grown and Succeeded in Ghana?

Steve JobsThe world these past few days has been mourning the loss of a great inventor and leader, Steve Jobs. Judging from Facebook status updates, many here in Ghana mourned him just as much as others in the world, and why not?  Jobs’ inventions: the iPod, iPhone, iPad and Apple computers are just as well regarded and popular in Ghana as elsewhere in the world.

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Has Communication Technology Transformed Your Business?

CommunicationGeorge Bernard Shaw wrote “The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” In Ghana today, Shaw’s statement continues to hold true for many of our organizations, whether private or public, for profit or otherwise. As the world has changed and communication technology has transformed how we speak to each other, it is a sad fact that many organizations in Ghana have failed to take advantage of the new communication tools available to them.

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Social Media: Just For Fun or Serious Business?

MyTXTbuddy's Facebook pageThe Social media revolution has been going strong for quite a while now and Ghanaians have been no exception. According to data from Facebook’s advertising tool, Ghana currently has 1, 096,6001 Facebook users with 72.4% of those users ranging in age from 18-34 years in age.Alexa ranks Facebook as the number one site visited by Ghanaians online, surpassing Google. Though these figures are themselves impressive the trend is even more so.

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