• June 24 2016

    CEO, Anup Akkihal speaks at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit 2016

    Anup Akkihal was invited as a speaker on a panel of speakers at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit that has experience operating in low-tech environments across the globe. The session outlines the solutions the panelists have created to meet the challenges of operating in low-tech environments, as well as the future opportunities that traditionally low-tech environments offer to entrepreneurs.

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  • June 15 2016

    Anup Akkihal, CEO participates in ET & Cisco’s ‘The Startup Ecosystem in India: The Way Forward." Entrepreneurship Summit 2016

    Anup Akkihal, CEO, Logistimo joined a group of entrepreneurs in the city to debate thestate of the Indian startup ecosystem at Economic Times & Cisco’s ‘The Startup Ecosystem in India: The Way Forward.” The Bengaluru chapter was a part of the three-city ‘Digitising India: Innovation in the digital Era’ initiative that Cisco is spearheading in collaboration with The Economic Times.

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  • Feb 15 2016

    Fast Company names Logistimo among the Top 10 Innovative Companies 2016

    Fast Company chose Logistimo among the top 10 innovative companies in India in 2016, for keeping recipients updated on deliveries without Internet access.

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  • Aug 07 2015

    Logistimo at Brookings Blum Roundtable (2015)

    Anup Akkihal, CEO, Logistimo was a panelist at the twelfth annual Brookings Blum Roundtable on Global Poverty in Aspen, Colorado. This year’s roundtable theme, “Opportunities and Challenges for Business.” The event brought together global leaders, entrepreneurs, practitioners, and public intellectuals to discuss three trends in particular have the potential to redefine how global development occurs and how efforts will support it over the next 10 years: (1) the growing adoption of digital payments serving people everywhere with near-frictionless transactions; (2) the spread of internet connectivity and digital literacy; and (3) the harnessing of data to better serve the poor and to generate new knowledge.

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  • Sep 07 2014

    Logistimo partners with JSI and UNFPA in Myanmar

    Over the past two years Logistimo enabled the Ministry of Health (MOH) of Myanmar, with support from John Snow Inc. (JSI) and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), to design and implement the reproductive health commodity logistics system (RHC-LS) in 12 townships in four states/regions in Myanmar. With support from the UN Commission on Life Saving Commodities and the Supply Chain Technical Reference Team, the MOH and JSI implemented quality improvement teams (QITs) to improve the use of data for supply chain decision making. This enhances the supply chain’s performance and ability to deliver products to the client level.

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  • July 18 2014

    Logistimo wins the mBillionth award in the m-Health category

    Logistimo won the mBillionth award in the m-Health category for managing public health using mobile phones. Nominations for the award were pre-filtered and the final selection carried out by a grand jury of 15 members who evaluated 126 nominations. There were 24 winners and 6 special mentions. Logistimo won for its rural health management information system using mobile/tablets. The mBillionth Award South Asia is given annually since 2010 for innovations in mobile communications in South Asia. Its stated mission is "to recognise and honor excellence in mobile communications across South Asia... recognising and felicitating mobile innovations, applications and content services delivery.“

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  • March 25 2013

    Logistimo co-authors paper on mHealth in improving TB care and control

    In conjunction with scholars from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, McGill University and World Health Partners, Logistimo is happy to announce the publication of our paper "Mobile health to improve tuberculosis care and control: a call worth making". Along with lead author Claudia Denkinger (Department of Medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston), and co-authors from McGill University (Jasmine Grenier, Nitika Pant-Pai and Madhukar Pai) in Montreal and World Health Partners (Anna Stratis) in Delhi, Logistimo is happy to announce publication of a new paper in the International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (IJTLD) called “Mobile health to improve tuberculosis care and control: a call worth making” (behind firewall). We are honored by the opportunity to collaborate with these scholars, and hope the insights shared will spark innovations in the area of tuberculosis treatment and management.

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  • Oct 12 2012

    Positive Feedback from South Sudan

    The Government of the Republic of South Sudan and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has launched Logistimo for the Extended Programme for Immunization (EPI).The Government of the Republic of South Sudan is working with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and project OPTIMIZE – a Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation-supported effort to improve vaccine supply chains that is managed by World Health Organization (WHO) and PATH – to test a cloud-based logistics management information system that enables basic mobile phones to manage vaccine logistics. Logistimo was deployed in May 2012 and is now being used in the central store, ten state stores, and all six counties of Central Equatoria State. So far, the response from Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) staff has been positive.“The procedure is very simple and it helps to accelerate our work, with timely response from national level,”says Teresa Adams Deng (EPI Manager, Jonglei State).

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  • June 01 2011

    Economic Times Highlights Logistimo CEO

    After building field and tactical logistics systems for war fronts Akkihal thought it was time to come back to India and apply a similar system to the rural areas in India which are now connected through mobile phones While incubating the idea in MIT, Akkihal advised NGOs on a pro-bono basis before coming up with the product 'Saamanguru'. After receiving a grant from the Deshpande centre that funds technological innovations at MIT, Akkihal wanted to conduct a research on local individual chemists in Northern Karnataka for very personal reasons. "I remember falling ill during every visit to India and not getting medicines on time. That's why I wanted to conduct a research on chemists," said Akkihal.

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