Local Uganda apps developers shunned at home

Eight years ago, Wilson Kutegeka, an information and communications technology graduate from Makerere University, developed a mobile application dubbed Clinic Master to help health facilities digitise patient records while ensuring that billing, costs and expenses are effectively maintained. The system was customised, and could be used on a standalone computer or on a network by Read more about Local Uganda apps developers shunned at home[…]

ICT, Uganda’s new gold mine of opportunity

The Daily Monitor, Uganda (Jan 7, 2009) By JOHN K. ABIMANYI The spin of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)’s wheel of luck has only just started in Uganda, as Wilson Kutegeka, 35, an ICT specialist, can testify. He is the proud winner of 2008’s prestigious Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Award. The first for a Ugandan. Read more about ICT, Uganda’s new gold mine of opportunity[…]

Ugandan wins Microsoft global ICT award

Uganda’s Leading Daily, The New Vision (Dec 10, 2008) By Paul Tentena Wilson Kutegeka was just an ordinary man with no big ambitions. Coming to Kampala from Bukwali Village, Kabarole, was like a dream; scaling the heights to America seemingly impossible. However, Kutegeka now not only has academic qualifications to his name, but has gone Read more about Ugandan wins Microsoft global ICT award[…]

Your medical history can be just a click away

The Daily Monitor, Uganda (Nov 12, 2009) The ClinicMaster software programme developed by Wilson Kutegeka eases medical history recording and is helping track doctor-patient interactions, writes Mike Ssegawa. Tired of carrying your medical history files each time you visit your doctor? Fortunately, you may not have to go through that hassle the next time you Read more about Your medical history can be just a click away[…]