Two teams of CIS and CS students are heading to the fifth annual Information Systems Project + Case Competition hosted by Ball State's Miller College of Business April 21-23.
Team HResonance developed a cloud-based business software enabling strategic management of incentive plans. More information is available at the HResonance website. From l to r: Anthony Cox, Noah Estel, Luis Macias, Ben Brown, and Joel Young.
Wesselman Park team published Wesselman Park's Android app with numerous features. Its aim is to further engage the park's visitors. From l to r: Andrew McGuire, Brandon Woods, Lexi King, and Jessica Nicolet. Not pictured: Tracy Leonard.
Team HResonance and the Wesselman Park team will each present what they developed in their CIS or CS senior project classes to a panel of judges, followed by a Q&A session. They will also receive a new case to analyze and present their solutions and recommendations.
Faculty advisors to the teams are Dr. Srishti Srivastava and Dr. Dinko Bacic. This is the third year for USI to enter the competition. Read about USI teams' achievements in 2015 and 2016. Other universities competing include Ball State, University of Toledo, Milliken University, Vincennes University, Ohio University, University of Indianapolis, University of Akron, Purdue University Northwest, and Grand Valley State.