This blog post is a continuation of Jan Penninkhof ‘s post from Saturday, to be found here. You may also want to read Michael Woidt‘s blog post about the participation of the students at sitinnojamnl.

The second day of Innojam officially started at midnight, since at Innojam we just go on coding all night, remember 🙂 ? Due to a wedding I couldn’t stay on Friday evening, so I only made it back past eight o’clock. Most of the participants were already/still up and running, but I could still see a few students sleeping on the couches (no pics to protect the innocent). During lunch I got this photo from one of them, Ayoub Mobarik (thanks Ayoub!) as proof that apparently even students can’t pull an all-nighter anymore these days:

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I’m sure anyone who has been attending an innojam will recognize this 🙂 .

So what else is there to say? The teams tried frantically to get some live demos up and running (except for team 4, they appeared to be very relaxed?!) until 15.00u, when it was time to stop coding and present their prototypes in front of the jury (pic below courtesy of the VNSG), consisting of (from left to right) Johan Bouwmeester (municipality Almere), Thomas Bresser (Philips, one of the Design Thinking coaches), Hanneke Dam (VNG, Association of Dutch Municipalities) and Rob van der Marck (VNSG):

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Team presentations and results

So what did the teams present? Well, for that you’ll have to watch their presentations below (beware: they’re in Dutch, but you can get an idea anyway):

Team 1

Team 2

Team 3

Team 4

Team 5

Team 6

After some deliberation the jury announced team 4 as the winning team. Runner up was team 3, and third place went to team 1. Congratulations to Ronald Konijnenburg, Sven van Leuken, Twan van den Broek, Niels Willems, L. van Hengel, Celine Estripeau, Peter Tonies and (student) Ayoub Mobarik!

Final thank you words

As Jan Penninkhof already stated: we’re very grateful for the sponsoring of this years edition, so here they are once more: Thank you The Next View (main sponsor), SAP NL, Ciber, Superp, Intenzz, DesignersDNA, myBrand, Creetion, Vrumona, C/Tac, Phoqus, CGI and newFounders!

Of course also a big thank you to everyone that made this SIT Innojam possible, and while I’m bound to forget people, I do want to mention the people from the VNSG: Mientje Paais, Denise Passchier and Claudia Bleijswijk during the preparations, and Claudia, Hans de Labije and Rob van der Marck during the event, as well as Jan Koster from SAP Nederland.

For those of you who want to read/watch more about the Dutch SAP Inside Track InnoJam 2014, here are some links:

Student report, including photos, thanks to D. Schenk

Another student report from the same source 🙂

Dutch BI podcast: zooming in on the technology behind the solution of team 4 (Google Hangout)

HANA Cafe NL podcast: Recap of the event including live coverage at night

The blog by Jan Koster over on the Dutch SAP website

A photo set by the VNSG

A photo set by Twan van den Broek

See you all next year!

Update: just received this picture from the VNSG with all the participants, so I thought I’d share it here with you:

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  1. Mahmut Toprak

    Thank you, Fred Verheul, Jan Koster, SAP University Alliances and the entire organization, for again an amazing SIT InnoJam!!
    P.s. about that first picture, I slept like a baby (for an hour) on that sofa! 🙂

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    1. Fred Verheul Post author

      Thank you Kumud,

      But I can’t take much credit. Real kudos go to Jan Koster and the VNSG, as well as to all the community members that assisted, by being Master of Ceremony, Technical Expert (or being both, like Jan Penninkhof 🙂 ), Design Thinking coach, etc.

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