All sixteen teams will present in Round One, where each team is given exactly 20 minutes to present. The judges will then proceed with a 10-minute question and answer period. Therefore, each team is given a total of 30 minutes in front of the judging panel.
The top team from each of the four divisions will advance to Round Two. These four teams will then deliver a repeat presentation in front of the entire judging panel.
After Round Two presentations have been completed, a Lightning Round takes place, where the top four teams are posed questions from the judging panel and are given 1-minute to devise a response.
The judging criteria is based on content and presentation, with content weighted more heavily than presentation. Further details on judging criteria will only be given at the SAP Welcome Dinner on February 6, 2013.
Case Deliberation Materials
A case deliberation kit will be provided to all participating teams. The kit will include one laptop, stationary, and other items appropriate for a 24-hour case deliberation period.
Note: any written materials and/or electronic devices that can store data are not allowed in the rooms during the 24-case deliberation period.
Details regarding the competition case will only be provided on the day the case is released for the 24-hour case deliberation (February 9, 2013).
Here are the links to cases used in the past:
2011: Binnj on the iPad
2010: IBM Canada Ltd.: Implementing Global Strategy
2009: TripIT: The Traveler’s Agent
2008: Swimming in the Virtual Community Pool With PlentyofFish
2007: Handshake VR, Inc.
2006: Canadian Firearms Program
2005: TrademarkLogo.com: Transforming Legal Services
2004: Fidelis Bank Financial Group: Selection of a messaging system