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This is a J2ME Application that allows the police to create traffic offenders database, and fine them correctly while at the same time checking for lost cars and mapping traffic crime zones.

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  • Usalama

    1. 1. (Your name):Project Name: Usalama(Address: 20109-00100 NairobiEmail: zajode@aol.comPhone: 0733363059Website:
    2. 2. THE PROBLEMPolice Arrest a traffic offender….. Then What? They have a pen, and a piece of paper…
    3. 3. PROBLEM / OPPORTUNITY Do you think the policeman will be able to track all the offenders and their mistakes? Will the offender be able to pay a fine quickly and be registered without being detained for long? What then? Enter USALAMA
    4. 4. UNFAIR ADVANTAGES OF YOUR PRODUCT Registration of offenders! crime history! Maps Offence Spots! Fines Offender on the spot!
    5. 5. THE PRODUCT
    6. 6. TARGET MARKET Police General Public (Traffic Offenders) Prosecutors and the court Process
    7. 7. REVENUE MODEL SMS Sales(The Offenders) Maintenance fees (Police) Licence Fees (Police) Pricing Model?Price Margin - 20-50ShillingsLicence Fee -150,000 One TimeMaintenance Fee – 100,000 p.a
    8. 8. SALES AND MARKETING The Police The UI Is almost Ready, the SMS Platform is Ready
    9. 9. COMPETITION Competitors We can, it can’t It can, we can’t Police Update in real time Write in Ink Notebooks Track Offender History Write in Ink Fine Offenders instantly Write In Ink
    10. 10. TEAM zephania ajode
    11. 11. ENDPOR technologies