An Indaba update: Lessons learned in a Year

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People need help with structured data.

Field contributors are busy people in busy working environments. They aren't going to read a manual.

What comes out is scorecards:;

Indaba is software as a service, Global Integrity uses it to aggregate reports from the field, but it is available to other users as well.

Most organizations can't articulate their methodology; software developers often wind up helping organizations actually define an amorphous organizational workflow. That's a lot of work.