Apps for Asia – ADB Conference

The 46th annual meet of Asian Development Bank board of governors is held in Delhi from 2nd May to 5th May.  The Apps for Asia event carried out by Microsoft right there is an event one wouldn’t wish to miss. The event is Bringing ISVs together with apps needs throughout Asia, wherein we, Winjit Technologies are a prime participant showcasing our NGO solutions- WiNGO and our app Jeevan Paani.

Winjit Setup at Apps for Asia

By our NGO solution, WiNGO, we are providing unmet needs for NGO management. It embeds suite of offerings developed specially for Development and Social sector. WiNGO takes care of Results based management system (RBMS) methodologies and principles. The non-governmental organizations can keep a track of complete process along with an efficient fund flow management and approval process. It encompasses Work planning, programme management, budgeting and financial as well as narrative reporting. Tracking donation is also taken care of and to add more to it, the complete NGO management solution is inexpensive and costs less than 50% compared to other products in the market. We are sure our NGO solutions shall be an attraction at the Apps for Asia from 2nd to 5th May.

Jeevan Paani, has been much talked about even at the Microsoft’s TechEd event and being shortlisted among the top 3 apps at the AppFest in TechEd added the required feather to the cap. Via Jeevan Paani, citizens can save water under this drought condition and also keep a track of water usage. They can report water waste in their surroundings and we ensure that an apt action will be taken on the same by the government. With credit points for saved water and ability to share on social networking sites, the app encourages citizens to save water and avoid water waste.

We are glad that the applications are promoted directly to the governments, enterprises and NGOs within the forty developing countries so that the complete NGO solutions- WiNGO and Water saving App-Jeevan Paani helps the developing countries to manage their NGO’s and save water on a global basis.

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