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  • 1. Test results
  • 2. THE PAGE CAN BE DISPLAYED The inconsistency of the internet was replaced by the consistency of cellular coverage. POWER WENT ON Routing journal posting through the mobile phone does not entirely eliminate the issue of unreliable grid power. The phone will continue to be charged at the office, however the phone grants credit officers the freedom to control the inconsistency of the electricity grid.
  • 3. SHARED The phone itself was easily shared amongst the credit officers. The flexible prepaid airtime service system in Uganda allows the purchase of small amounts of airtime which would facilitate this shared use scenario. EAGERNESS? YES The phone was received and actively explored, individually and in groups, without any resistance by the credit officers of both organizations. During testing the phone never sat alone unless it was charging, otherwise one of the credit officers held onto it.
  • 4. SINGLE SERVING SOFTWARE & CLICK HERE HARDWARE The MiMoSo was revealed to be a single serving software application bound inside of a ‘click here’ piece of hardware. Beginning with media capture, in this case a photo, the navigation automatically sizes the image for sending while opening up a box for the addition of text. DECENTRALIZED Testing demonstrated definitively that the MiMoSo functioned to send content even in the most remote areas.
  • 5. Creating sustainable systems Thanks
  • 6. Creating sustainable systems Thanks
  • 7. Evaluation & Recommendations Thanks User focus Including collaboration Flexible approach Commitment Effective translation Testing often