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Recap #SYTYCI - So You Think You Can Innovate

And the winner of our So You Think You Can Innovate competition is:

Flexible Workflow Wizard
Innovators: Diederick BossenbroekRavi Santani

Second:
View on Healthcare
Innovator: Luc de Bruijn

And third:
mTime
Innovators: Jan Willem KronemanLeon ZijlstraRoel van den BergeLouis van de Wiele

It was a close - very close - call. The rating was based on 2/3 by customer/CIBER jury and 1/3 by tweets. It turned out that the tweets with #FWW pushed them to the nr. 1 position. Congratulations Diederick (Service line SRM) and Ravi (Service line SAP NetWeaver).

We were very proud to have a jury that consisted of a selected group of honorable CIO’s and IT managers of CIBER’s key customers in the Netherlands including NXP, Attero, VGG, IFF and Royal BAM.

A great competition that even made it to our local newspaper: Eindhovens Dagblad. So for sure a sequel is planned in 2012, we will even try to make it an international competition.

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