QISIMAH, a content monitoring platform was celebrated by the Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology & Innovation yesterday, Tuesday, November 28, 2017.
Prof. Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng, Minister of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation eulogized the founders of the platform for their innovation and win at the 2017 World Summit Awards in the Business & Commerce category.
Dorothy Gordon, a Board Member of World Summit Awards, Daddy Bosco and the media were present at the press conference.
The World Summit Awards is a global initiative within the framework of the United Nations World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS). WSA is the only ICT event held worldwide that reaches the mobile community in over 180 countries.
Since 2003, 426 Winners have been selected from over 4000 nominations, presenting a diameter of innovation from Indonesia to Argentina, from Iceland to New Zealand.
Be it a tool for accurate diagnostics of wounds, a webpage to organize international meetings for you or a political think tank, the WSA Winners offer a vast spectre of digital innovation.
QISIMAH provides artistes and key stakeholders in the music industry with real time data and detections on radio. It provides artistes with a way of tracking which stations are playing their music and where it is being heard, and in this way supports better marketing as well as ensuring that all forms of copyright are protected.
It was founded by Sakhile Xulu (Chief Executive Officer), Kofi Aboagye-Akyea (Chief Producer Officer) and Solomon Appiah (Chief Technology Officer).
Photos and video of the event below.