MIS hosts 24 Hours of Mobile Innovation
The first 24 Hours of Mobile Innovation event launched Feb. 28. OU student teams created a mobile application using SAP (systems applications and products) data to solve a problem or leverage an opportunity within the oil and gas industry.
Eleven teams, totaling 53 students, represented majors that included management information systems, accounting, finance, entrepreneurship, energy management, industrial engineer, civic engineering, visual communications, geoinformatics, linquistics, marketing and law.
Top teams received cash prizes. First and second place teams were invited to present their winning concepts to Devon Energy and Love’s Travel Stops and Country Stores.
The event kicked off with Price Interim Dean Daniel Pullin welcoming students. Guest speakers were Tony Kelly, CEO of Tech Allied Consulting; Neel Woods of Tech Allied Consulting; and Kim Obermaier of SAP, considered one of the world’s largest inter-enterprise software company.
The event was hosted by Price College, Price College Division of Management Information Systems and Tech Allied Consulting. Sponsors were Devon Energy Corp., ConocoPhillips, Phillips66, Love’s Travel Stops and Country Stores, SAP and OU Information Technology.
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