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  • Hesse, Wilhelm Armah Kwaku (2010)
    "Money makes the world go round". The importance of money has made it a very powerful tool man cannot live without. Thus, it is very important for people to have money when they need it. The mobile phone has developed ...
  • Shehe, Joshua Tabu (2010)
    This is an applied group project done by Joshua Tabu Shehe and Ernest Musyoki Museve. This report looks at the processes by which the web-based article management system called WriteWell is developed and implemented for ...
  • Owusu-Aning, Romeo (2010-04)
    Information Technology continues to have a great impact on the way humans live and work. The business world is one of the aspects of life that has experienced this phenomenon. This advancement of technology has contributed ...
  • Mills, Roseline Naa Lamiokor (2010-04)
    Inventory management and control with its associated financial books preparation/management has been a major source of concern for a good number of businesses over the past years. For most businesses, the inability to ...
  • Abolarin, Adedamola Olayinka (2010-04)
    Many people make use of electronic devices such as personal computers, laptops, cameras, mobile phones, gaming consoles, and a whole range of electronic devices to make their lives muc h more ...
  • Arkoh, Kezia Shawlommah (2010-04)
    Children, in Ghana, between the ages of 5 and 10 have a good amount of knowledge on the use of web applications and browsing for information on web sites. However, knowledge on how to develop web applications for these ...
  • Ayimey, Nutifafa (2010-04)
    Human resources management (HRM) is the management of people in an organization. In order for this to be effective, a number of activities must be carried out. Records of these activities have to be kept in order to ...
  • Asaam, Nathaniel Ato (2010-04)
    It has been observed that it is stressful for patients on the Ghana National Health Insurance Scheme to get quality health care. This stress is due to congestion at the hospitals that operate under the scheme. The ...
  • Al-Hassan, Salih (2010-04)
    The use of computers has become one of the most common activities in Ghana today. With the wide variety of possible uses that exists for these complex electronic systems, it is no wonder that most of the commercial industries ...
  • Amegatcher, Joseph Ofori (2010-04)
    Along with a proliferation of electronic gadgets and devices for the home and office, the past few years has seen a steady increase in the degree of automation of devices in the home or office. A number of opportunities ...
  • Kofigah, Solomon Kwashie (2010-05)
    Mobile Payment System (MPS), which is the use of mobile phone as a "wallet" to make payments through a General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) connectivity or Short Message Service (SMS), or through a Near Field Communication ...
  • Asiedu, Jonathan Amos (201004)
    Examination writing in Ghana seems to be a location based process. This is so because most examinations taken, be it school exams or other external examinations, are taken at specific selected locations. If exams are to ...
  • Digber, Ivan Tetteh (2012-04)
    This report presents a transit information system which provides information on the Web, via SMS and to Android based mobiles. The system relies on a web hosting service as a backbone, and it aims to facilitate ...
  • Odarteifio, Steven (2012-04)
    In this era of technological outburst and advancement, it has become very necessary for organizations and institutions to keep abreast with all developments. Technology introduced in any department of an organization ...
  • Mensah-Ansah, Albert Kofi (2012-06)
    In our world today, we see the evolution of the communication paradigms all with the aim of ensuring a quick and quality way of passing information from one subject to another in different locations. Currently, with ...
  • Osei, Huberta (2013-03)
    The growth of technology has seen most institution developing ways to reach a wider range of people. The soccer industry is not left out in this race. Most leagues and clubs have come up with different ways to reach ...
  • Adetuwo, Adeyemi Temitope (2013-04)
    The ability to observe current trends in health information and predict the future health status of a country is an important goal of health service institutions. Health information systems are used to accumulate, validate ...
  • Barakat, Abdelrahman Ayman (2013-04)
    The campus of Ashesi University Collage has a unique architecture which creates a relaxing feeling for the people who work there or visit it. Even though this is true for most spaces on campus, there are some spaces on ...
  • Kwapong, Amda Wiredua (2013-04)
    The Ghanaian legal system is gradually developing and incorporating technology in its operations and the delivery of legal services. Technology in the form of hardware and software is transforming the legal system in ...
  • Agyei-Boahene, Ama Sarpommaa (2013-04)
    The fertiliser subsidy system introduced by the government of Ghana in 2008, was designed to increase crop yield in the country thereby reducing overall food prices. The inefficiencies in the system have however prevented ...

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