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Customer Case Study Winner

We were overwhelmed by the great response for this contest with over 40 great submissions.  Judging the submissions was a hard task given the excellent quality of these submissions.  Cetin Basoz, our lead developer, commented that he "was giving everyone a 10"!  Six judges scored each entry in these areas: creative usage, storytelling, media use, and effort.  The scores from the 6 judges were combined to get the results.

A big thank you goes out to all of the participants.  It is exciting to learn how each of these colleges uses the software differently.  Some of the uses are very creative!  For example, one college uses AccuTrack to track the distribution of caps and gowns for graduating seniors.  Another uses the software to schedule and track over 50 seminars held throughout the semester.  It is also interesting to see a sample report from one college showing over 273,000 visits logged with AccuSQL in just one semester!
And now for our top 3 selections!  Drum roll please...

1st Place: Borough of Manhattan Community College
2nd Place: Southeastern Community College
3rd Place: Harding University

Other institutions that should receive honorable mentions include: Pulaski Technical College, Fort Lewis College, Edison State College, Del Mar College, Rochester College, St. Louis Community College, and Pasco-Hernando Community College as they finished in our "top ten" selection.
 
The top 3 selections get to choose from gifts that include the Apple iPad mini and popular e-readers.  The top 4 to 10 will get a cool flash drive, Engineerica branded gifts, and 50 Engineerica dollars that they can use towards a future purchase from Engineerica.  All other participants will be receiving an assortment of branded Engineerica gifts.  If you were among those who participated, then expect an email message soon with more information.

Once again we would like to thank this year's participants.  By giving us insights on how you use these products you gave us a better understanding of the impact they make.  For the full list of submissions, click here.

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