Quickbase is excited to honor the winners of its first-ever Virtual Hackathon! With more than 100 entries across 14 countries – which you can find here – the submissions addressed critical issues in the workplace, in communities, and in the world today. And in just two months, competitors created unique low-code applications that address challenges of connection, responsiveness, equity, and security.
Our winners took home real cash prizes, with our top winners including:
As Covid-19 lockdowns in India take an emotional toll, RKM Media Lab worked with Ramakrishna Math to build a pilot program gauging the emotional wellbeing of underprivileged children. Based on questionnaires and facial analysis, this application empowers children with techniques like yoga or meditation while analyzing its impact on their wellbeing with rural community coordinators.
- Second place: Olympus, by Alliant Charters
With school administrators struggling to adapt to the rapid adjustment to remote learning, Olympus seamlessly connected Google Classroom with Quickbase via Quickbase Pipelines. This integration allowed for a real-time tracking of students’ progress, attendance per course and by district, as well as automations allowing teachers to prepare courses and engage students remotely.
Keating was inspired by her city’s pledge to divert 40% of food and yard waste from landfills. She used CRM functionality to track all commercial food waste participants, drop off locations, equipment and activities needed for waste pickups, and intake and management of waste during the compost creation process.
VARC Solutions, a Quickbase Service Provider, created a collection of five integrated Quickbase apps in support of People 2 People, a nonprofit that provides assistance during disasters. The solution manages the collection of food and financial donations, as well as the distribution of meals and financial support to those hit the hardest.