Code pour créer une meilleure vie au travail / Hack to create greater workplaces

#SlackathonMTL consiste à aider les organisations du monde entier à créer de meilleurs environnements de travail en bâtissant un robot Slack qui simplifiera les façons de travailler et augmentera le taux de productivité et de bonheur au travail. Le tout, dans un bureau où l’ambiance est tout simplement incroyable. 

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Help organizations across the globe build better workplaces, by building a Slack bot that simplifies work habits and increases employee productivity and happiness levels. All of this will be happening in an office with a workplace atmosphere that is simply amazing.

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Prizes

$7,000 in prizes

1ere équipe

4000$ CAD à partager

2e équipe

2000$ CAD à partager

3e équipe

1000$ CAD à partager

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Judges

Simon De Baene

Simon De Baene
Président - GSOFT

Martin Gauthier

Martin Gauthier
Président - Sid Lee

Heather McCuen

Heather McCuen
Montreal City Lead - WeWork

David Nault

David Nault
iNovia Capital - Entrepreneur & Investor

Judging Criteria

  • Problem Solving
    Does the app solve a clear problem? Does the app show a clear innovation in the way it solves that problem? Is the idea original and creative?
  • Usability
    Is the app easy to use? Are the features useful and well scoped? Is the design engaging for the user?
  • Impact
    Can the app reach users on a large scale? Is there a bigger vision (roadmap) and potential for the future of the app? Does the app respect the theme of "For a Greater Workplace"?
  • Marketing
    Did the team deliver a presentation of quality to the judges (quality of keynote/powerpoint, etc) Is there a landing page / mini-website to showcase the app? Does the team show a hint of how the app could be marketed to grow its user base?
  • Team & Spirit
    Did they show they had a strong team that's well-balanced (dev, marketing, design)? Was the team present to the social gatherings and spread good vibes? Did they interact in the Slack channels? Were they helpful and cooperative?
  • People's Choice
    If the team is in the top 25% of votes = 1/1 point