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Applications

Web services allow us to use different applications to work with each other and share data. They enable us to save time and C0²-emissions, and reduce the projects\’ costs to achieve the best outcome for our clients.

Project management information systems

We employ a range of native and web-based project management tools to ease communication, planning, and management of actions involving team members in various locations/countries. These tools help our clients to save resources while also helping us to implement our contracts transparently and effectively.

Data analysis applications

The understanding of complex qualitative and quantitative data has become increasingly accessible through data computing software and geographic information systems. Such programs allow us to build customised applications, which automatically generate plots, tables, maps and statistics to simplify M&E-data analysis and reporting. 

Mobile and web applications

With extended battery duration, external batteries and solar chargers, smartphones and tablets have become great tools for field data collection. Most of them can capture GPS coordinates, take photos, record audio and video. All those data can be integrated into monitoring tools and stored in a cloud database with just one click. Open Data Kit (ODK), for example, allows us to deliver such information also in areas without electricity and internet access. We develop customised web applications such as dashboards and safe interfaces for database consultation.

Web-forms

Web apps (short for “applications”) use a browser to record and queue responses to a questionnaire until you can connect to the internet. These applications can be customised to other types of data collection (e.g., household surveys, activity monitoring reports, and even for budget monitoring). A web form for a project self-assessment, for example, can help involving staff based in various countries. Such a form can be complemented by data collection methods such as workshops, face-to-face interviews, and focus-group discussions to further explore and triangulate results.