Apps4Africa announces the Final 3 winners!

Last year in November TechnoMag gave you a story which we also ran in the Herald Business on the Apps4Africa Challenge calling out for all interested participants and again this year we gave you the shortlist on the announced result before the finals.
After 3months of going through the various submissions of more 1000 applicants the Appfrica team today has announced the final three winners and unfortunately our fellow Zimbabweans did not manage to make it to the final hurdle.
The final 3 winners hailed from Uganda, Ghana and Nigeria and they are all walking away with a cool funding of $10 000.
These young tech developers were asked to submit their business ideas aimed at solving local problems through a series of brainstorming sessions held in six countries across Africa.

Here is more on the final 3 winners from the Apps4Africa team:

We’re excited to announce that of the near 300 submitted applications, from nearly 1000 people, three winners have been elected for funding:
Team – Titus Mawano
Country – Uganda
Award – $10,000
Website –

Ffene is a low cost business management platform that enables small and medium businesses to leverage technology to reduce overhead costs incurred due to administrative tasks, freeing up resources that can be redirected to growth initiatives. Currently, Ffene can be used for accounting, customer relationship management, product management and generation of reports.

Team – William Edem Senyo, Heather Cochran
Country – Ghana
Award – $10,000
Website –

SliceBiz, is a disruptive crowdsourcing web and mobile investment platform providing alternative funding for startups. Our mission is to unlock a whole new funding market for startups to access finance by creating the framework that will make it easy and appealing for middle class Africans to invest small amounts of their disposable income into high-growth startups with proven potential to give high return on investment. The solution SliceBiz is offering is to leverage web/mobile (& offline) platforms to create a connection between startups looking for funding and business-savvy young professionals/middle class looking to invest.
Team – Francis Onwumere, Opeyemi Obembe, Ernest Ojeh
Country – Nigeria
Award – $10,000
Website –

Prowork is a mobile first enterprise class project management and collaboration solution for businesses. It’s like Basecamp or Atlassian’s confluence but mobile and easier to use, more powerful, with real time collaboration everywhere, anywhere. Prowork is accessible via mobile, the web, SMS and a robust API to allow developers to extend the functionality.

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