MTCCL

Introduction

  • Modern Technology Computer Centre Ltd (MTCCL) is a pool of experts that are part of the DHIS2 development and implementation community. This experience has equipped the team with skills that enable MTCCL to provide local, regional, and global support to countries in the LMICs. MTCCL’s pool of experts has worked with development partners and the OpenHIE community to deliver value to openIMIS. To demonstrate this capacity, MTCCL has developed digital health solutions working closely with government Ministries, Health providers, and Development Partners like United Nations, World Bank, and GIZ.

  • Vision: To be the technology solutions provider of choice through consistent pursuit of excellence in our service. We shall remain trusted for our integrity, admired for our innovativeness, respected for our practices, and recognized for our success.

  • Mission: To provide exceptional, efficient, and superior quality technology and financial services to our esteemed clients in a welcoming atmosphere supported by innovative technologies.

OpenIMIS experience

  • Collaborating with the global openIMIS community that is engaged in healthcare

  • Developing services that are in use globally

  • Using opensource tools to deliver the openIMIS project

  • Systems architecture and InterOperability using FHIR standards

  • Software requirements specification

  • Systems design/Architecture

  • Systems Integration using mediators

  • Building ETL pipelines

 Key expertise

  • Extensive experience in research, innovation, business re-engineering, finance modeling, and software development.

  • Health financing consulting

  • Open Source Technology e.g. Python.

  • Health Information Interoperability using FHIR standards

  • Systems architecture and integration

  • openHIM mediators

  • Open source tools Implementation support

  • Data Warehousing and Analytics

  • Data transformations (ETL)

  • Payment gateways for mobile and internet banking

  • Payment System including Mobile Money Integration