Pluspeople Kenya

From Timbuktu Chronicles Tue Jan 15 2013, 06:00:00

VC4Africa speaks with the founders of Pluspeople an mLab incubatee:

What is the headache Plus People Kenya relieves for your customers?

"Uhasibu (their premier product) offers an accounting system that removes a lot of the manual paper-work that is required when using international alternatives, because Uhasibu is designed to comply with legislation in East Africa. The reality today in East Africa is that there is a very large portion of accounting that is done by hand, not because companies don't have IT systems, but because the IT systems they have are not able to fully handle the legislative tasks that are required. The best example of this is petty cash management. No international package offers a system to manage petty cash, because they are designed for a market where this is not very relevant. But because in most SMEs petty cash management is hugely important, Uhasibu naturally has a complete management system for this.

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