Tuesday, November 22, 2011

So You Think You Can Innovate

Tomorrow is a great day with the CIBER NL finals for our internal innovation competition:

"So You Think You Can Innovate"

What started out with an idea by Mario Smit, lead to a serious competition. From the original 18 participants presenting their idea in the auditions of May, now only 3 are left to 'fight' the final battle.

Voting will be done with a jury of highly valuated customer representatives, counting for 2/3 of the end result. The remaining 1/3 is the public jury voting with the Twitter hashtag #SYTYCI.

So who is competing tomorrow?

Flexible Workflow Wizard (#FWW)
Innovators: Diederick Bossenbroek, Ravi Santani

The Flexible Workflow Wizard is an innovation that let customers create and maintain their procurement workflows in a user friendly centralized web based cockpit environment.


Flexible Workflow Wizard: DEMO from Wiel Moonen on Vimeo.


mTime (#mTime)
Innovators: Jan Willem Kroneman, Leon Zijlstra, Roel van den Berge, Louis van de Wiele

mTime is a ‘lean and mean’ enterprise mobility app which can be used to justify time in a safe, user-friendly and fast way by using a mobile device (iPhone, iPad, Android- of Windows-phone).

By using Titanium, as a development tool, the application needs to be developed only one time and can be unrolled directly for different platforms.
mTime connects via Sybase to the SAP backend system.





View on Healthcare (#ZoZ)
Innovator: Luc de Bruijn

“View on Healthcare” is an application that shows plans, based on the ‘life-care plan’ and the indication of the gravity of care required per scheduled appointment – all on a mobile app.

The nurse on duty will always get the most current care plans, through a “care pathway.”  The plan reflects fixed agreements and highlights active problems, preventing expensive and time-consuming errors.
This application will also serve as a ‘file at-hand,’ where on-the-spot additions to the life-care plan can be made and required observations of active problems can be captured, such as wound registration or weight determination.
The application registers how much time was needed for planned tasks, to help quantify and provide an indication of care.


Good luck guys! You can find me somewhere in the back counting all your votes ... eh tweets ;-)

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