Mpilo Tech is South Africa’s first distributor of the world’s leading mobility platform – Kony Inc – that enables the Internet of Things. Get in touch to see how we can innovate your business with real, relevant software solutions.
Through disruptive innovation, we revolutionise the way markets connect with their customers. #TechSlayers is representative of the team that drives Mpilo Tech’s agenda to innovate and enable its clients to do the same.
Many of our clients rather augment their resources instead of maintaining a constant headcount. Mpilo Tech has a proven track record of sourcing, vetting and supporting quality resources for our clients.
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One of the approaches to Mobile App Development is that of the Platform Approach. Choosing the right Mobility Foundation is a key part of the Enterprise Mobility Strategy and more often than not a Mobility Platform would form the basis of this foundation.
As such we at Mpilo Technologies has adopted the world leading Kony Mobility Platform as our Mobile Application Development Platform (MADP) of choice. We offer the following services on top of the Kony Mobility Platform
Whilst the Kony Mobility Platform is our preferred option for developing Omni Channel Mobile Applications we have experience with other platforms like Xamarin, React Native etc.
The pure native approach to Mobile Application Development has its place in the Mobility space. As such we have skills and experience in developing Mobile Apps using this approach. We offer both Android and iOS Mobile Application Development services.
Our Bespoke Application Design and Development capability spans the entire Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). We provide Project Management, Business Analysis, Solutions Architecture and Design, Software Development, Quality Assurance, Maintenance and Support of enterprise applications across industry verticals. We have a strong track record of delivering enterprise projects on time, within budget and most importantly with requisite quality levels.
The foundation of our approach to Software Development and specifically the attainment of high levels of quality is our adoption of the Capability Maturity Model Integrated (CMMI). Whilst CMMI is the basis of our Process Framework, AGILE and specifically SCRUM forms the basis of our Process Implementation. However, we are of the firm belief that both CMMI and AGILE is best adopted to suit the culture of Mpilo Tech and we have ensured that these are part of the DNA of our development teams.
We have standardized on both the Java/JEE (OpenSource and Commercial) and Microsoft Technology stacks for our implementation of Enterprise Applications. We have however on the odd occasion made use of other technologies based on our client requirements.
We offer our Bespoke Application Development services in several engagement types based on our client’s needs. We engage in complete managed service whereby Mpilo Tech is responsible for the end-to-end implementation of enterprise application on behalf of our client. In addition, we have engaged in a co-sourcing model whereby we predominately provide the business analysis and software development resources for a given project.
Many of our clients choose to augment their resources rather than maintain a constant headcount. Mpilo Tech has a proven track record of sourcing, vetting and supporting quality resources for our clients.
WebSocket is bi-directional communication protocol which emerged recently, with the introduction of HTML5. It enables full-duplex message based communication between client and server. After connection is established, messages can be transmitted, either client or server initiated. This means that you can make a dynamic web page where changes occur in real time. In that way WebSocket communication presents a suitable protocol for IoT world where changes are usually asynchronously occurring and number of clients can be very large.
The Kaazing Gateway is a Secure, Web-Scale Communications Backbone for Mobile-First Customers and the Connected Enterprise.
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Tina joined ICPS in August 2014 and does the Clinical Administration. She has a few years in the medical and exposure in the pharmaceutical industy. Her role has given her great compassion, diligence & passion. She derives joy from knowing that she is part of a team that is making a difference in people’s lives.
Bookkeeper/Payroll Administrator for ICPS since March 2014. Worked previously in industries such as Financial, Auditing and Healthcare with 5 years’ experience working with Accounts and Payroll. Through my experience, I have gained practical hands-on experience in all areas of bookkeeping, finance and customer services. I enjoy surrounding myself with people that improve my skills and knowledge, make me laugh and have the same vision and passion for helping others to succeed.
Improved Clinical Pathway Service recovery program tries to get you back to full health as quickly as possible.Research has shown that the earlier a person gets out of bed and starts walking, eating and drinking after having an operation:
The lower their risk of complications from surgery will be,
The shorter their recovery time will be, and
The better the outcome of surgery will be.
This program is been used extensively in the UK and now by ICPS in South Africa. During your hospital stay there will be daily goals, which you will be encouraged to achieve. A team of doctors, nurses, physiotherapists and other healthcare professionals will be monitoring your progress and will support you in reaching your goals. Before surgery, you will be involved in planning your care and recovery from the time you are seen by your surgeon. Once the decision for surgery is made, an application for an authorisation number will be made for you. This will allow access onto the program and will ensure payment by your medical aid or insurers. You will be referred to a healthcare team made up of physicians, anaesthetists, physiotherapists or biokinetist depending on your medical history. Your GP or anaesthetist or physician will advise about how you can get into the best possible shape prior to surgery. They also will identify and stabilise any medical conditions you have that may affect the operation.This is an opportunity for you to tell us all about your individual needs and circumstances. If you have any problems with your home circumstances you will need to resolve these with your GP or surgeon before coming to hospital for your operation.
Depending on your operation, you may be able to go home sooner than traditionally expected. Patients on this program have had an average hospital stay of 3 days.
It is essential that you have someone to take care of you and you have the necessary equipment to aid mobility. e.g toilet riser. It is important that the discharge process is planned for before the operation.
To ensure the best possible outcome it is essential that you are in the best health. A pre-operative assessment will be undertaken one to four weeks before the operation by your GP or Physician or Anesthetist. Blood tests and x rays will be ordered to help with the assessments. If you are not sufficiently optimized your operation will be postponed until you are fit for the surgery.
You will have access to physiotherapy 'pre-habilitation' and rehabilitation services before and after surgery. The physiotherapist will work closely with you to ensure that you are properly prepared for the surgery so that you can experience a quicker and easier recovery. The physiotherapy team will assess your muscle strength, joint range of motion and functional capacity. This information will be assessed again at 3 to 6 months after your joint replacement as a comparison of your progress.
A unique strengthening program will be designed for you and you will be encouraged to follow this program on your own or in groups with other patients being prepared for surgery at the same time as you. The physiotherapy team will work with you in hospital getting you up and mobile. This will help speed up your recovery and enable your discharge from hospital as soon as possible so you can return to normal life with your new joint.
You will need compression stockings, closed shoes & closed slippers. On the morning of the operation you should not eat anything 6 hrs before your surgery. You are allowed and encouraged to drink clear fluids such as water, black tea, and apple juice (no milk)
ImYou will meet your anaesthetist either in a pre-assessment clinic or on the day of the actual surgery. The anaesthetist will have most of your history from your GP/surgeon or physician. Some relevant questions will still be asked to enable the anaesthetist to prepare a specific anaesthetic most suited for you. You will be given medication to take which will reduce your anxiety and the intensity of postoperative pain. The anaesthetist will discuss with you the type of anaesthetic to be used.
The most commonly used method for hip or knee replacement surgery and one that has been shown to have the best outcome is, a spinal anaesthetic where you are awake but numbed from the waist down. This may sound complicated or scary however all it entails is a little injection in the small of your back in which 2 to 3 milliliters of a local anaesthetic is injected into the fluid that surrounds and hydrates your spinal cord. The needle does not go near your spinal cord or your nerves so the chances of damaging these structures are very small. The spinal anaesthetic has been shown to reduce the incidence of developing blood clots and is excellent for providing pain relief for 4 to 6 hours afterwards (when most of the severe pain is potentially experienced) thereafter the block will slowly wear off and when you begin to experience discomfort, it will be at levels that the oral medication can more easily address .
If you are having a spinal anaesthetic and are anxious about your operation or being awake during it, you may also be offered sedation during the operation. This will keep you calm, take away your anxiety and in most cases allows you to become so relaxed that you fall asleep naturally for the duration of the surgery. During the surgery, the surgeon will inject a mixture of local anaesthetic and anti inflammatory directly onto your joint just before closing your skin. This has been shown to be very effective in reducing the amount and intensity of pain after the operation.
To control your pain post operatively, the anaesthetist will prescribe a combination of oral medication shown to have an enhanced effect when used in this combination without the side effects common with other pain medication (like nausea, confusion and poor co-ordination ). You will be given this medication regularly, which usually keeps you comfortable enough to sleep. The anaesthetist will administer an anti nausea agent which should keep the nausea, normally experienced at operations, at bay. Careful fluid balance will be maintained and this will eliminate the need for urinary catheters and will therefore enable quicker mobilization
Each patient recovers from surgery differently so we aim to help you return to eating, drinking and moving around as soon after surgery as possible uniquely for you as an individual. It is important to begin to eat and drink soon after your operation to provide your body with the nutrition it needs to recover.
When you are in the recovery room you will be offered a drink. Your drip will be taken down when you are able to eat and drink normally. You will be encouraged to eat a normal diet as soon as possible. Please tell a nurse if you feel sick and they will be able to give you something to stop this. You will be given pain medication in tablet form. You may experience some discomfort but if the pain is preventing you moving around and doing your exercises tell a nurse who will arrange a change to your medication. The physiotherapist or ward staff will help you out of bed as soon as possible after the operation. This may even be the same day as the operation. You will be encouraged to walk around the ward, gradually increasing the distance you walk each time. You will also practise going up and down stairs before you go home .
|Name||Surname||Contact||Pr Number||Physical Address||Province||Hospital||Email Address|
|Pieter||Aucamp||016 950 8081||0329630||6 Jan Van Riebeck, Blvd||Vanderbijlpark||Emfuleni Mediclinicemail@example.com|
|Andrew||Baker||031 261 7907||0389781||Suite 1, East Wing, Entabeni Hospital, 148 South Ridge||Durban||Entabeni Hospitalfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Baker & Partners||031 261 7907||0389781||Suite 1, East Wing, Entabeni Hospital, 148 South Ridge||Durban||Entabeni Hospitalemail@example.com|
|Tom||Barret||044 873 0175||0180459||6 Trefoil Square, 5 Glocester Street||George||George Mediclinicfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Rob||Barrow||011 884 9859||0205788||Morningside Mediclinic, 14 West Road, South Road, Morningside||Johannesburg||Morningside Mediclinicemail@example.com|
|David||Brown||016 950 8131||0332380||Morningside Mediclinic, 14 West Road, South Road, Morningside||Vanderbijlpark||Emfuleni Mediclinicfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Johnny||De Beer||032 946 6937||0248673||Suite 6, Alberlito Hospital, Ballito||Durban||Albertlito Hospitalemail@example.com|
|Immanuel||De Wilde||011 794 9693||0313793||Suite 24 A, Wilgeheuwel Hospital, Amplifier Rd, Radiokop Ext 13, Roodepoort||Johannesburg||Wilgeheuwel Lufehealthcare Hospitalfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Brendan||Dower||021 506 5650||0323152||3rd Floor, Life Orthopaedic Hospital, Vincent Pallotti, Alexandra Rd||Cape Town||Vincent Pallotti Lifehealthcare Hopsitalemail@example.com|
|Spike||Erasmus||021 882 8210||2802244||G3 Stellenbosch, Die Boord, 7613||Cape Town||Stellenbosch Mediclinic||Phillippa@orthoclinic.co.za|
|Vikesh||Gajjar||041 363 4622||0144304||G05, Greenacres Hospital, Greenacres||Port Elizabeth||Greenacres Mediclinicfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Gerhard||Greef||051 522 2396||2806096||52 Gustav Crescent, Fichardt Park||Bloemfontein||Bloemfontein Mediclinicemail@example.com|
|Hannes||Jonker||018 293 3474||0323195||Mooimed Hospital, Room 7, Cnr Molen & Chief Albert Lethuli||Potchefstroom||Potchefstroom Mediclinicfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mark||Kaphnoudis||054 331 2540||2806622||25 Du Toit Street, Upington||Upington||Upington Mediclinicemail@example.com|
|Alex||Kuhn||083 227 8133/ 013 753 3092||2806649||Lowveld Hopsital, Rothery Street, Suite 102 A||Nelspruit||Lowveld Hospitalfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Kenny||Mafeelane||012 336 6155||0424714||Room 1065, Louis Pasteur Hospital, 374 Sara Baard Street||Pretoria||Louis Pasteur Hospitalemail@example.com|
|Kenny||Mafeelane||015 296 5147||0424714||Suite 210, 2nd Floor, Pholoso Hospital||Polokwane||Louis Pasteur Hospitalfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Juan||Marin||011 842 7670||0113182||Sandton Mediclinic, 102A South B Block, Peter Place, Bryanstone||Johannesburg||Roseacres Lifehealthcare Hospitalemail@example.com|
|Andre||Morrish||033 342 0416||2805928||Hilton Private Hospital (Life), Monzali Drive||Pietermaritzburg||Pietermaritzburg Mediclinicfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mark||Nortje||021 671 6213||0323152||3rd Floor, Life Orthopaedic Hospital, Vincent Pallotti, Alexandra Rd||Cape Town||Vincent Pallotti Lifehealthcare Hopsitalemail@example.com|
|Frank||Peters||011 304 6772||0464201||Room 12, Netcare Waterfall City, Cnr Magwa Crescent & Mac Mac Avenue||Midrand||Waterfall Netcare Hospitalfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Pedro||Sanchez||083 703 8492 & 043 722 0555||0013153||Suite 2, Sarnia Medical Centre, 50 St James Rd, Southernwood||East London||St Dominics Lifehealthcare Hopsitalemail@example.com|
|Anton||Schepers||011 726 4459||2801809||Suite 7, Kenridge Medical Centre, Wits DGH, 25 Eton Rd, Parktown||Johannesburg||Donald Gordon Mediclinicfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Warner||Van Der Merwe||012 353 3415||0321184||Room 102, Mediclinic Bloemfontein||Bloemfontein||Bloemfontein Mediclinic Hospitalemail@example.com|
|Adriaan||Van Huyssten||021 930 3314||0172286||Suite 113 , Panorama Mediclinic, Rothschild Boulevard, Panorama||Panorama||Panorama Mediclinicfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Phillip||Van Sittert||057 352 3491||0220019||34 Lategan Rd, St Helena||Free State||Welkom Mediclinicemail@example.com|
|Allan||Van Zyl||051 448 3051||2804085||Derdelaan, 3A Third Avenue, Westdene||Bloemfontein||Bloemfontein Mediclinicfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ahmed||Haroun||021 391 3851||0219320||Gatesville Medical Centre||Cape Town||Gatesville Medical Centreemail@example.com|
|Ockert||Van Zyl||021 930 2740||2806436||Room G15, Panorama Mediclinic, Rothchild, BLVD||Cape Town||Panorama Mediclinicfirstname.lastname@example.org|