Data Care launches homemade solution that swiftly digitalizes & automates business processes

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Data Care, the leading a local ICT consulting company that has been at the fore-front of many government and Non-Government projects in Uganda and the region has launched a homemade solution called ProMISE ERP- a system that swiftly digitalizes and automates business processes.
The launch took place at Hotel Africana in Kampala during the 16 year anniversary celebrations.
Patrick Kagenda, the Managing Director of Data Care said “It has been a worthwhile journey. We are happy to launch ProMISE3.0, one of our key milestones. We remain committed to serving Ugandans and the region with world class solutions”

He added: Data Care has exported ProMISe ERP, Monitoring and Evaluation Systems as well as customized Mobile Applications to several countries including South Sudan, Sudan, Ethiopia, Yemen, Iraq Malawi, Botswana & Lesotho
Locally, Data Care has digitalized several National Systems including the Orphans and Vulnerable Management Information System, National Food and Agriculture Statistics System, Integration of the e-Portal for the Uganda National Bureau of Standards, Uganda Electronic Single Window among others.
Shem Kakembo, the chairman Board of Directors at Data Care called on government of Uganda to revise the cost of internet as well as lower the threshold when advertising for services on homemade products.
Dr. Ham Mukasa Mulira, the Senior Presidential on ICT lauded Data Care for the good work “I congratulate the Data Care on this huge milestone. It makes me proud to know that we have locally made solutions & innovations such as ProMISE ERP in place to enhance business efficiency and economic development.”

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Launched 16 years ago, Data Care has over the years been recognized by the Uganda Export Promotions Board. This year, the I.T firm won a Gold award for IT and IT-enabled Enabled Services, a silver award for IT and IT-enabled Enabled Services in 2019. It was also recognized as the Services Exporter of the Year in 2018.

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