In the age of impatience and progressive technologies that make life easier, another competition arises.
SAP recently announced its first Australian innovation competition, SAP InnoJam, from 30 – 31 July 2011.
Held at the University of Technology, Sydney Business School campus in Sydney, the 30-hour competition features business process experts and software developers who will compete to win a spot at the prestigious SAP TechEd Demo Jam.
“SAP InnoJam enables SAP to innovate hand-in-hand with technology, business and industry experts to solve real-world problems,” said Kaj van de Loo, SAP Senior Vice President and the event’s keynote speaker.
“The event is not only a great opportunity for SAP’s ecosystem to collaborate and innovate; it also provides excellent feedback on our technology at an early stage of its development, as well as ideas on how it could be deployed.”
How the competition works
1) SAP experts will explain current technologies and the prototypes that participants can use during the competition.
2) Real-life business scenarios will be presented that participants can choose from.
3) During the competition, attendees will have 24 hours to build prototypes based on their chosen scenario.
4) The three best teams from SAP InnoJam get to present their prototype during the SAUG Summit 2011, taking place from 2 to 4 August.
5) The top three teams from SAUG will be announced on the third day of the Summit.
Originally called InnovationWeekend, SAP InnoJam was first held in 2010 in Berlin, Las Vegas and Bangalore
For more information, visit this link.
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