Dimagi develops last mile mobile solutions

 About Dimagi

At Dimagi, we believe that mobile solutions transform the efficiency, quality, and impact of service delivery programs globally. Our technology, CommCare, is an open-source mobile data collection platform that enables anyone to build mobile applications. With CommCare, you can build a sophisticated and scalable mobile application at an affordable price. 

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Find out why CommCare is the most widely used mobile platform at the last mile. Build mobile apps today!

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CommCare is used in more than 50 countries. Learn more about our work at the last mile.

Our Product: CommCare

Design mobile applications for your organization on CommCare’s open source platform. No IT background required.

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Implementation Services

Deploy your own CommCare project with our free online tools, or get in person field support from our experienced team members.

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Measurable Impact

500+ organizations have deployed CommCare in 50+ countries, scaling impact in the world’ most underserved  communities.

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The Latest From Our Blog

Technology in the Hands of Midwives: Seeing the Impact of Our Work

August 15, 2017 by Gabriela Meléndez

Partner: Asociación Corazón del Agua Industry: Health Location: Guatemala Purpose:  The Asociación Corazón del Agua is implementing the first university-level midwif...

ICT4D News Roundup – August 4, 2017

August 4, 2017 by Dimagi

Welcome to our weekly #ICT4D News Roundup! We are passionate about the intersection of technology and social good. Each week we look for the best articles that focus on the ICT4D industry, the issues that impact the sectors we work across, and interesting content for social ent...

Alum Helps Speed Healthcare to Remote Places

August 4, 2017 by Dimagi

Publication: SLICE of MIT Background: SLICE of MIT recently interviewed MIT alumnus Jonathan Jackson, CEO and co-founder of Dimagi, about how Dimagi got its start and where the company is headed next.  You can read the original article by Elisabeth O'Donnell here.  Throughout his time at MIT, Jonathan Jackson ’03, MEng ’05 assumed he would build his ca...

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