Posts Tagged ‘Dimagi

In prep for the 2016 World Economic Forum, Jonathan Jackson, CEO of Dimagi, and Richard Barth, CEO of the KIPP Foundation, connected to discuss social entrepreneurship and the parallels between education and healthcare. Jonathan and Richard attended the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland this year as delegates from the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship. This […]

We’re excited to announce that our CommCare Users group recently reached a huge milestone by exceeding 1,000 members! The CommCare Users group is the main community forum and mailing list for people who are using or want to learn about CommCare. The forum is a Google Group used to address questions around implementation, application design, data […]

This is post #7 in our Under the Data Tree blog series, where members of Dimagi’s data science team share insights from analyzing CommCare data. In this blog, we look at how often users stop using CommCare, and—if they do stop—how often they restart. There are of course many reasons for a user to stop […]

Mobile for development is at a crossroads. While there are thousands of successful mobile systems in low-resource settings, many organizations are running into challenges in scaling their mobile projects for greater impact. In response to this challenge, Dimagi officially released the Maturity Model today at the mHealth Summit. The Maturity Model is a tool that […]

This is post #6 in our Under the Data Tree blog series We’ve experimented with a lot of different ways of using CommCare metadata to analyze, categorize, and visualize the activity of mobile users. Often we are doing this so that we can create clear and actionable monitoring tools, but more recently we have stepped […]

On the Dimagi field team, everyone has their own CommCare tricks. These can be preferences in app design, techniques for building forms, or the way we use certain features. We are constantly sharing our experiences over Skype and email, and occasionally a Field Manager will mention a feature that almost no one else knew about. So […]

Something we’re quite proud of happened this week. Entrepreneur recognized Dimagi as one of the Top 25 Best Large-Company Cultures of 2015. Our team is everything to us, and our culture comes from the amazing quality of our team. We measure success by impact, team satisfaction and profit, in that order. Maintaining and improving team […]

We’re thrilled to share that Mathematica Policy Research has released the report, “Evaluation of the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Continuum of Care Services (CSS) Intervention in Bihar,” which presents findings from a randomized controlled trial (RCT) of a program implemented by CARE International in Bihar, one of  India’s poorest and most populous states. This […]

Starting mid-2014, Dimagi implemented mobile health tools for malnutrition screening in four countries in partnership with one of our biggest clients, World Vision International. The work involved Dimagi executives, project managers, and field implementers across all five of our company’s country offices. Whether circumstantial or not, Niger turned out to be a good place to […]

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