#CitiTrends S02 Ep11: Digitised births and deaths registry vrs BEAM technology

984026138463_2981935804606After almost a month or more, #CitiTrends is back talking about the technology solutions available to you.

On the show today, the Technical Support Manager at the Birth and Deaths Registry, Nicholas Owusu Appiah, sat with me and told me all about the changes that technology had brought to the registry.

Making deliveries in Ghana can be a hustle. However, technologists have gotten busy and a group of young people have dreamt up Beam. You might have seen them on the BBC some weeks ago. Co-Founder of BEAM, Kingston Tagoe and Assistant Operations Manager, Precious Anim-Addo, joined me to talk about the solution.

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#CitiTrends S02 Ep 10: Growing e-readers vrs #MOBEX16 summary

WorldReader1-1024x683This week came too quickly but the conversation did not stop.

#CitiTrends features two women from WorldReader who share the good news of growing literacy numbers on the continent using e-readers. Eunice Yolanda Dsane, Assistant Manager for Operations and Communications and Carol Williams, Director for West Africa are my guests.

George Spencer Quaye and Alain Gbeasor of Coasters Limited, organisers of #MOBEX16 give their impressions about the 3-day technology focused exhibition and conference.

All that, plus, analysis of the Microsoft purchase of LinkedIn in this episode.

 

#CITITRENDS S02E9: Cyber threats in Ghana VRS Mahama on tech

mobeX-870x591Another week, another great and engaging conversation on technology trends.

Albert Antwi Bosiako from E-Crime bureau shares some revealing information about cyber threats in Ghana and how the financial institutions are being affected.

President of the Republic, John Dramani Mahama also talks about technology advancements in Ghana and what his government is doing to make it better.

Take a listen.

#CitiTrends S02E8:The Battle of the OTT vrs #MOBEX16

13285544_10154061827415170_1828935315_nAfter several weeks we are back and with a real bang.

Over The Top technologies have caused so much debate in Ghana. There tried to debate the matter on the show. It led to a debate. A really heated conversation between Derek Laryea who is the Head of Research and Communications at the Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications and Papa Kwame who is the Head of product development and innovation at Capital Bank. He is also a Software engineer.

Ethel Coffie also passed through the show after picking up an award at the Ghana Information Technology and Telecom Awards winner for the IT consulting firm of the year award (Edel Technology Consulting).

We speak about the Africa Mobile and ICT Expo 2016 (#MOBEX16) with Alain Gbeasor and Kofi Asamoah, all of Coasters Company Limited who are the organisers of the event.

Enjoy the show.

#CitiTrends S02 Ep 7: Breaking down mobile payments in Ghana

There is no conversation better on a Tuesday evening like a tech conversation.

This week’s edition of the show features Klenam Fiadzoe and Paul Miller of Sika App as we talk about mobile payments in Ghana. We also touch on how Ghana compares to other jurisdictions and what opportunities are available.

Farida Shaibu also joins the show with some apps for you to check out.

Enjoy the show.