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How Hoji powers the decision-making value chain

Posted by: Gitahi Ng'ang'a on

“You can’t make decisions based on fear and the possibility of what might happen.” – Michelle Obama Mobile data collection these days is not exactly an uncrowded field. If you are looking to collect data for your next project via mobile, you have a wide variety of solutions to choose from. This is both a good and a…
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Real-time Election Monitoring

Posted by: Gitahi Ng'ang'a on

“It’s not the voting that’s democracy; it’s the counting.” – Tom Stoppard It’s election season, and we are participating! As a company, we pride ourselves in using mobile technology to help organizations collect better quality data, more efficiently. During this season, we’re offering real-time election monitoring to candidates running for political office. Campaign secretariats have to manage huge…
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5 Ways Hoji Delivers Better Quality Data

Posted by: Gitahi Ng'ang'a on

“The tree of nonsense is watered with error, and from its branches swing the pumpkins of disaster.” – Nick Harkaway Our motto, collect better quality data more efficiently, is not an idle affectation. We really do put a premium on data quality. We understand that important decisions are based on the data we help collect,…
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Introducing Distributed Longitudinal Data Collection

Posted by: Gitahi Ng'ang'a on

When we say we take your feedback seriously, we mean it. One of the major features we’ve had clients consistently request for is support for longitudinal data collection. The problem sounds deceptively simple, but it has eluded mobile data collection solution providers for a long time. Part of the issue is that many longitudinal studies…
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What Hoji is and what it isn’t

Posted by: Gitahi Ng'ang'a on

Two weeks ago I shared with you 10 reasons why you should use Hoji for data collection. Today, I’d like to help clear up some of the confusion faced by people who are still trying to decide if Hoji is truly the best tool for their needs. Save your time As you might remember, one of our commitments to…
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