Welcome To TechLegend

Our real differentiator is the qualification of our people, intellectual property and professional approach to solving complex software problems.

Our ideology is focused around the delivery of true value to our clients, employees and the greater Tanzania community.

We are among Tanzania's top Tech company and the quality of our staff, our track record of delivery and blue-chip client base speaks for itself.

Our Values

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    We help our clients succeed with inspiring experience
    and a unique visual content by harness the awesome power of creativity.
    Inspiration is our Spark.



We Are

Our solutions enable our clients to meet the rapidly changing demands of their businesses and stay competitive across all sectors.

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TechLegend has refined the art of engaging with clients and delivering software solutions that ensures the rapid delivery of the most sophisticated systems.

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When we engage with clients, we tailor our approach according to the problem at hand and environmental constraints.

TechLegend ~ Creative Inspiration

However far we have come, We can always go further…

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Our Services

  • Our Work
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Unlimited Possibilities

Whether project requirements are resourced based, fixed price, milestone based, onsite, offsite, usage / licence fee based or require ownership of IP, we are flexible in our approach.

Clean & Modern Results

We host more cum laude degreed and talented programmers than any of our competitors, and offer unsurpassed internal training and mentorship for our team.

All in One

We focus on all industry sectors and have a war chest of consulting expertise and solutions that ensures our clients get the systems they require on specification, on time and within budget.

  • Brain Storming

    Have a budget in mind? Let us know and we can match the goals, tools, and budget that make sense for you, Just making each other clear on every aspect.

  • Planning

    The step of the project is to plan, plan, plan. We ask questions and help you set priorities. We focus on goals and select tools that make those goals achievable.

  • Development

    Using the blueprint as our guide, we create the project with the tools you selected. The design is brought to life and applied to the framework we have built.

  • launch

    After testing and review, we present your project. Upon your approval we lunch your product and a successful launch is just the beginning.

We Are Professional


When we build systems we strive for ease of use, robustness and maintainability, allowing for the application to evolve with our client’s business. Most importantly, we provide a quality service, with quality people, bring a deep level of intellectual property and experience to our projects, and take pride in the fact that we very seldom miss a deadline.


Our expertise covers requirements analysis, the development of databases, integration of complex business logic and presentation layers such as the web, mobile and desktop environments. Our analysts are able to effectively communicate and interpret business needs and align these with the long term vision of the business.

Tailored Engagements

Our engagements are tailored to our client’s specific needs with the flexibility of co-sourcing and outsourcing models or combinations thereof:

Co-sourcing: Involves augmenting our software engineers and analysts with existing development teams. In order to guarantee results, our preferred mode of operation is for our team and technical leads to take ownership of project delivery. Our team based approach ensures all resources are managed from a performance and technical perspective.

Outsourcing: Involves our in-house teams taking full ownership of projects with end-to-end lifecycle management including analysis, development, testing, hosting and maintenance. The benefit of an outsourced engagement is our teams have deep “on the ground” management support and direct access to best of breed technologies, processes and methodologies.

Business Analysis

TechLegend provides highly skilled, educated, passionate and capable business analysts to ensure your business needs are fully understood and met, helping you to deliver high quality solutions and ultimately save on cost, time and effort. Our analysts have the ability to connect the business and technical worlds seamlessly.

Our Values

Our software engineers use a combination of best of breed development technologies, platforms and methodologies, internally developed re-usable system building blocks and a suite of software products to deliver customized software solutions to our clients.

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TechLegend is committed to engaging with our clients with passion, integrity and commitment, focusing on true value delivery; Serving our greater community by investing in and supporting social upliftment Projects.


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What you do is more important than what you say

January 26, 2016
The following article is reposted with permission from the Wolff Olins blog. The original post from March 2013, together with comments, is available via a link at the bottom of this page. Brand is dead. Brand is alive. Brand is, as never before, design. Why do we say this? There’s now a widespread belief that talking about brand in the conventional sense slows everything down, and that all those brand strategies, brand models, brand onions and brand guidelines just get in the way. And we’re finding in our work with clients that the old ‘positioning + visual identity’ formula no longer helps – it doesn’t answer the most pressing questions of the CEO and CMO. If you’re trying to kick-start growth, or digitise your business, or reach the next generation of customers (and talent), why waste time exploring your positioning, or tweaking your logo? Increasingly, we’re finding that it’s better to think of brand not as cause, but as effect. Obsessing about your brand won’t somehow cause growth to happen. But doing the right things will create growth, and a strong brand will follow as the effect. Let’s take Airbnb as an example of a brand that’s grown out of doing the right things. Committed to changing the way people travel, Airbnb offers an alternative to traditional accommodations. As a result, a unique experience based on active participation between travellers and hosts comes to life – and adapts accordingly. In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Airbnb was able to quickly adapt its platform for good, waiving all of their fees on properties near hurricane-affected areas and urging their renters to temporarily reduce or waive their charges too. A long-time opponent of the service, New York City’s Mayor Bloomberg announced that he supported the effort. In this case, Airbnb’s connection to its community, and its nimbleness and willingness to experiment in public, show that a strong brand isn’t just something in your CMO’s head. It’s something in the minds of your consumers, and all the other people your organisation touches. It’s theirs, not yours. It is the effect of what you do, not the cause. So, what should you do? For another clue, it’s worth looking at what may be the most important brand news of the past year, even though it isn’t in a conventional sense a brand – Microsoft’s new user interface. It’s a user interface, but more than that, it’s also a design philosophy (Bauhaus inspired, in favour of purity, against pastiching stuff from the analogue world, as Apple often does). And more than that, it’s a whole approach to interaction (a different, much more liberated, more enjoyable way for people to experience Microsoft). Imagine if all big brands thought this way – thought of themselves as, literally or metaphorically, a user interface. Or even better, a user interplay, where ‘user’ doesn’t just mean consumer, but also colleague, neighbour, investor, supplier, partner. We don’t mean they should have a good user interface (of course they should), but they

[Quick Tip] How to Conduct A Super Productive Meeting

January 22, 2016
I feel like there’s usually anxiety surrounding meetings. I hear a lot of, “I’m in so many that aren’t necessary,” or, “This meeting is probably going to go over.” While we can’t avoid every unnecessary meeting or snag in the road, here are a few things that you can do to make it more productive. 1. Be positive This sounds cliche, but it works. If you go into the meeting with a positive attitude, it will be a much more pleasant experience. 2. Create a quick list of items you need to cover I could have used the term agenda, but it seems so formal. So I like to create a quick list of the must-cover items. This keeps me on track. But what happens when someone starts leading the meeting in the opposite direction? I personally like to host relaxed meetings so attendees feel free to bring up items that might not be on my list. When someone brings up an item that you know will take more than the time allotted, just take a moment to acknowledge the topic and explain that you might need more time and that you’d like to revisit it towards the end, or schedule something for later. 3. Take notes You’re probably thinking, “Duh, Allison. Of course I should take notes.” You’d be surprised at how many people don’t! Or at the very least they rely on meeting minutes or someone else’s notes. Taking your own notes allows you to capture the items that you need, and those might not be covered in meeting minutes or a colleague’s notes. 4. Follow up with a quick recap of action items I always like to close meetings going over any action items, but an additional recap via email helps attendees keep these items straight. What are some of your favorite meeting hacks?

You Are What You E-A-T: Trustworthiness According to Google

January 22, 2016
Google recently released the guidelines they use for rating search responses. This is the first time they’ve ever done this, and those guidelines are a powerful tool for getting more out of your website. Now we get it. You’re good people, and your business can be trusted. But Google’s algorithms don’t know that. The guidelines tell us how Google Search Quality Evaluators (actual human beings) are being told to rate the quality of websites and search results. This gives us insight into what human evaluators and Google’s algorithm are looking for. One of the biggest insights? The Expertise/Authoritativeness/Trustworthiness (E-A-T) system of evaluation. As the guidelines put it, “High quality pages and websites need enough expertise to be authoritative and trustworthy on their topic.” Expertise In some fields or topics, experts are made through study and certifications. In others, expertise is gained practically or through experiencing something firsthand. Use this idea when creating your content. Try to find different ways to show off your expertise on the subject, and remember that the best method will vary largely by the purpose of the website. For a financial site, expertise can be shown through mentioning the longevity of the company. After all, if a financial business has been around for a while, they must be doing something right. A consulting company, on the other hand, could mention studies or examples, as these show a familiarity with the subject. On the complete opposite end of the spectrum, a consumer review site shows expertise by giving priority to well-written reviews by real customers. Remember that the whole point of expertise is to show that you know what you’re talking about. Authoritativeness The lines between authoritativeness and expertise can be a little blurry. Think of it this way: Expertise is based on your familiarity and experience with the subject. Authoritativeness is based on knowledge and position granted from other sources. When it comes to webpages with medical, financial, or legal information (also known as YMYL webpages), authoritativeness can be relatively simple to establish. There are any number of certifications, degrees, and titles that come with these fields to prove that you’ve been thoroughly trained in the subject. Authoritativeness gets a little trickier when you enter into fields without clear hierarchies of training. This is where certifications are your friend. Even something as simple as certification you got from an intensive weekend training course adds to your authority. One of the best ways to show these off is in your About page or by adding a small bio for the author of blog posts or other articles. On standard pages, find a way to mention your company’s certifications. Try to fit it seamlessly into the content so it doesn’t jar the user away from the information. Don’t have certifications or credentials? Don’t worry. Back up your authority with key points from your resume or your company’s history. A music instructor may not have advanced degrees in guitar, but they can list achievements in their bio: “Bob played