is a powerful, open source, cloud-based electronic logistics management information system (LMIS) purpose-built to manage health commodity supply chains
The OpenLMIS initiative incorporates a community-focused approach to develop open source and customizable LMIS systems specifically designed for low-resource settings. The end result is a powerful, flexible system that provides shared benefit across users and programs.
Written by Tenly Snow, OpenLMIS Community Manager
A question that often comes to mind when designing software is, “whose opinion matters?” Is it the software developer? The product manager? The client? The end user?
While the answer is, of course…
This article was written by the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management project and originally appeared on GHSupplyChain.org.
Health Providers Benefit from Reduced Administrative Burden, Increased Reliability of Stock on Hand
As of this past…
OpenLMIS manages the electronic LMIS process at over 10,000 health facilities in 7 geographies across Africa, across all major health programs.
One additional new nationwide implementation is planned for rollout in 2017.
Explore our Interactive Map for select implementations illustrating specific use cases in different countries and contexts.