And the winner of the Build Better SharePoint Contest is … (drum roll, please …)
Kim Forchhammer from Golder Associates AB for his entry, An Interface for Environmental and Geotechnical Data Using Quest Web Parts. Kim’s entry wowed our expert judges and received several raving reviews.
Mike Watson, co-founder and principal at SeriousLabz, said about the Golder application, “It features an intensive data display, and is extremely visually appealing considering how much data is displayed. It’s a serious solution.”
Curtis Kelly, product manager for Quest Web Parts for SharePoint, simply stated, “The Golder Associates’ application built using Quest Web Parts is critical to running their core business.”
For displaying the best use of Quest Web Parts, Kim won a trip to the SharePoint Conference 2011 in Anaheim, CA, including general conference registration, roundtrip airfare and a reservation at one of the conference hotels (all valued at approximately $3,500.00 US). Congratulations, Kim!
Our second-place winner was Adam Ochonicki from FMC Corporation for his entry, Eflex and Eflex Connect for the Australian Pest Market, FMC Corporation. Using Quest Web Parts for SharePoint including qListView, qListForm, qSIListView, qChartView and qPanelMenu, FMC created a public-facing web portal based on Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.
The judges thought Adam built an extremely visually appealing solution and earned extra points for the application being externally facing. The judges also thought the charting and mapping was way cool!
Adam won a $1,000 Apple gift card.
John Ackery from Devworkz Pty Ltd won third place for his entry, Human Resources Portal in SharePoint 2010.
John won an iPod Touch.