Technology

2016 internship @ Oasis

This summer we decided to host 3 Ashesi University College students for a summer internship program at our office. They have decided to share their experience with you so far. Frances Wireko - “My internship experience so far has been an interesting one. Juggling multiple roles between...

Bisa your ultimate app , updates….

By Raindolf Owusu ( Founder & CEO ) It's 2016 and I am still very busy but productive as usual. I get about 2 - 3 hours sleep a day (around 4 - 6/7am). I am working on really exciting projects and my business is doing...

4 New Doctors join Team Bisa !!

We are happy to announce the addition of four new doctors  to the Bisa team. Their work is to help answer your health related questions at a faster pace. You should receive a response within 24 hours when you send in your question. See below their...

Our founder awarded a 2015 Washington Mandela Fellow

Our founder Raindolf Owusu was selected by the US Department of State and IREX as a 2015 Washington Mandela Fellow a President Barack Obama Initiative. The Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders, begun in 2014, is the flagship program of President Obama’s Young African Leaders...

The Rise and Perils of West African Startups

By Raindolf Owusu                           Every week an African startup is showcased on CNN or Forbes for building innovative companies that are addressing critical local issues. Taking inspiration from global tech successes, a number of African...

E-COMMERCE IN AFRICA

Over the years Africa has witnessed an increase in electronic commerce. Though it is nothing compared to that of the western countries it’s a major part of our growing economy. The fast spreading of internet and mobile services to various parts of the continent could...

MEET YOUR PERSONAL DOCTOR – BISA

Meet Bisa , your personal doctor. Bisa is a project started by Raindolf Owusu a Ghanaian based software developer who doubles as the founder of Oasis Websoft, a software development house.  Bisa means “ask” in the Ghanaian twi language. Based on our research we came...

HOW GHANA CAN BENEFIT FROM INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY.

I.T. Stands for the words Information Technology. Information technology (IT) is the application of computers and telecommunications equipment to store, retrieve, transmit and manipulate data, often in the context of a business or other enterprise. The basic form of IT we can relate to in...

USING THE INTERNET TO EMPOWER YOUR BUSINESS

Ghana’s approach to building an ecosystem for Internet growth was focused on establishing a networked infrastructure and promoting government as an early adopter. Figures from Ghana’s National Communications Authority (NCA) have revealed that the overall internet penetration rate in the country increased from 40% to...

Agonies of an African programmer

Working as an independent mobile, web and software developer in Africa can be a trying experience. Africa for so long has being recognized by the world as an agricultural continent and for the past decade many software developers (African Code Kings) are working tirelessly to prove...