Software AG launches innovation contest
Dubai, 27 days ago
Software AG, a Germany-based enterprise software company, has launched its first Innovation World 2014 Idea Contest for universities worldwide.
The company’s University Relations department has invited faculty members and students to develop a concept describing the idea and a tangible model for a showcase to be presented at the Innovation World 2014, which will take place from October 13 to 15 in New Orleans, Louisiana, US.
The project should highlight Software AG's technology and demonstrate the software’s potential with regard to the four mega trends big data, mobile, social and cloud services in a tangible way. The winning team will receive up to $10,000 to help fund development of the showcase, said a statement.
Bashar Yaish, vice president for the Gulf Region, said: “We invite students and faculty from international universities to participate in the Innovation World 2014 Ideas Contest. It will be an opportunity for them to showcase their creativity using the Software AG product suite to the media and industry leaders in the US.”
The Software AG product suite helps organisations achieve their business objectives faster. The company's big data, integration and business process management technologies enable customers to drive operational efficiency, modernise their systems and optimise processes for smarter decisions and better services, said the statement.
The winning model will be demonstrated to the Innovation World audience by the students, it added. - TradeArabia News Service
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