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Solar Project Brings Relief to Malawi Health Facilities

As part of its ongoing commitment to developing the healthcare infrastructure in Malawi, the country’s Ministry of Health, through the Global Fund Project Implementation Unit (PIU), has embarked on a $3,7-million project to install solar energy at 85 health facilities nationwide. Read more.

Real-world applications of blockchain-enabled supply chains

This is the second of a two-part series examining the impact of blockchain technology on supply chains.
In part I we examined how blockchains work, and the potential game changing impact of this new technology on supply chains as a record keeping, verification, tracking and transaction switching mechanism that makes it easier and safer for businesses to work together over the Internet. Read more.

Blockchains for supply chains

Blockchain is widely known for its most famous application, Bitcoin, and other virtual currencies. However, it is the conviction of many that in the fullness of time blockchain will make its biggest mark as a game changer for supply chains Read more.

Resolve Immix wins Microsoft ERP Partner of the Year Award

Resolve Immix, leading software solutions provider, is proud to announce that they have won Microsoft’s FY16 ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) Partner of the Year Award for South Africa. Read more.

A New Era in Energy for Resolve

In an effort to capitalise on the significant opportunities that exist in the fuel industry, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa, Resolve Solution Partners (an Imperial company) has partnered with SJS Energy to form a new business unit called Resolve Energy Solutions. Read more.

Improving Healthcare Delivery in Africa .

Healthcare delivery in Africa has long been one of the biggest challenges the continent faces. While funding, inadequate resource allocation, customs gridlock and counterfeit pharmaceuticals are major contributors to the problem, a significant portion of the total delivered cost of medicines in Africa – up to 40% - is made up of supply chain, distribution and other non-core costs. For healthcare delivery in Africa to improve, transformation in the area is essential. Read more.

Supply Chain Infrastructure Solutions for Africa .

Along with economic growth in Africa comes increased pressure on supply chain infrastructure, creating challenging business conditions and difficulty in matching supply with demand, particularly in the healthcare arena. Read more.

Resolve wins R400m contract for Pick ‘n Pay logistics control tower .

Resolve Solution Partners’ recent R400-million partnership extension with Pick ‘n Pay represents the company’s biggest logistics control tower project to date. Read more.

New Warehouse-in-a-Box for Côte d’Ivoire February 2016 .

Imperial Logistics group company Resolve, through its division Resolve Capacity, has completed its latest Warehouse-in-a-Box™, this time in Abidjan, the capital of Côte d’Ivoire. Read more.

Resolve joins forces with Acumatica, offering true Cloud ERP.

Resolve Solution Partners is happy to announce a strategic partnership with South Africa’s fastest growing mid-tier cloud ERP solutions providers, One Channel, to bring Acumatica to the African market – a cloud ERP and business management software solution that empowers mid-size businesses to unlock their potential and drive growth. Read more.




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