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Are You Smart?

One has only to visit the web to realise how many information systems and software tools are available. It is no wonder that many people get confused over IT and get overwhelmed with what to much information. But if one had to step back and ask why do we need them in the first placeContinue Reading

Written on January 6, 2014 at 1:23 pm, by

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The Vehicle Tracking Jigsaw Puzzle

The use of vehicle and fleet tracking systems has a whole lot more to offer than simply knowing the location of your vehicles. Their uses have expanded to routing, dispatching, gathering vehicle information and recording data for security purposes. Onboard Tracking Devices Traditionally, vehicle tracking works by having GPS devices installed on each vehicle. TheContinue Reading

Written on December 5, 2013 at 12:28 pm, by

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Telematics In The Near Future

Telematics is bound to change the way driving takes place on our roads. As telematics technology progresses, implementation will not be solely related to large fleets but also to the general driving community. The main argument is that by gathering information about one’s driving patterns and behaviours, one can correct errors and drive safer. TheContinue Reading

Written on November 28, 2013 at 12:21 pm, by

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The Miracle of Hospital Management

When a patient enters a hospital, he/she is totally trusting the people who are working for the patient’s recovery. In most businesses, an error might lose you a customer or perhaps a deal in money. Yet in a hospital an error means tarnishing the hospital’s trust, opening the hospital up for liability and worst ofContinue Reading

Written on November 15, 2013 at 12:48 pm, by

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Common Sense & BI: Similar, Not Common

Large companies speak of Business Intelligence or BI as if it was some alien high technology field. True Business Intelligence can translate in complex processes and acquisitions of technologies. Yet when you boil it down to the soup, what BI means is taking your data and using it to grow your business. Close Encounter toContinue Reading

Written on September 18, 2013 at 11:58 am, by

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Demand rises to meet supply

A particular interpretation of

Written on April 22, 2013 at 1:27 am, by

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Deploying an IT Solution – Force Field Analysis

As IT professionals we frequently face the fact that the software we create is resisted by the users of the solution we designed and created. I for one have a particular sad experience in a previous employment, from which I learned a lot, and I’m sure I’m not the only one out there to haveContinue Reading

Written on March 6, 2013 at 1:22 am, by

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iPhone Apps – the Business Opportunities

Consumers love the iPhone. Sales numbers and growth statistics confirm this. Many have wrote about the adoption of the iPhone. Many developers have taken the plunge and took their place within the iPhone ecosystem, thus creating over 200,000 Apps that fill the App Store. The iPhone is a powerful development environment, most people have theContinue Reading

Written on November 16, 2012 at 5:03 pm, by

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Lornit.BI Product Update

We’re glad to be the software development team behind this project and a big congratulations goes to i360 who after many years of research and development have established themselves in Libya, delivering tracking and logistics to a wide range of companies. Through i360 we can now also deliver tracking and fleet management functionality within ourContinue Reading

Written on July 17, 2012 at 12:53 pm, by

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One application to bind them!

At Lornit we deliver business functionality within a single application. We actively choose to integrate and embed software tools within one framework because it makes sense. Our customers don’t want to switch from one application to the other to do a task. They don’t want to have to learn different things on different software packages.Continue Reading

Written on July 5, 2012 at 10:52 pm, by

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