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iridiumInteractive Wins Kenya’s ICT Board Tandaa Grant for Local Content Innovation

Innovation has led iridiumInteractive to make its mark emphatically in the Kenya’s agenda of dynamic growth. Receiving the Tandaa Grant for Local Content innovations touches new frontiers. Tandaa is a brand of the Kenya ICT Board that promotes the creation and distribution of locally relevant digital content through the Tandaa Symposium and seed money to ICT entrepreneurs. Digital content is any content that can be consumed from an electronic device

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WagonR Think Big Challenge 2 case study iridium Interactive

“The Challenge was Bigger and so was our intent”; these lines would be apt for the entire team here which literally gave wings to this activity. Just a few days old at iridium (Delhi office), I was put in the team to work on this project. We were given a flat 15 days to get the new design and the entire back-end implemented, but kudos to our technical team (also

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iridium Interactive Kenya launches an Innovative Monitoring & Reporting tool for Kenyan Government

19th January will always remain a proud day in the history of iridium Interactive Kenya as today is the day the Kenya Economic Stimulus Program’s website and GIS Mapping system,, was launched by Uhuru Kenyatta, Deputy Prime Minister of Kenya in the presence of other Cabinet ministers, Permanent Secretaries and other key officials of Govt. of Kenya. Deputy Prime Minister, Uhuru Kenyatta, stressed on the impact of this tool saying, “The presence

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Objective For some time now, iridium has been providing services to a host of clients, offering innovative solutions in the online domain. We have simplified their work processes, brought people of an organization together, and attracted new prospects for their clients. In the midst of all this work, we suddenly realized that we had been short-ending ourselves – we lacked a similar platform ourselves. ii needed a common forum for

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