Winston-Salem, N.C. (PRWEB) April 12, 2014
DataChambers, a full-service information technology and managed services firm, today announced it will be the exclusive technology sponsor of the second-annual Hackathon CLT, scheduled for April 25-26 at Packard Place in Charlotte, N.C.
The fast-paced, team-based competition will offer programmers, designers, developers and other techies an opportunity showcase their skills and compete for cash prizes by collaborating to solve a specific business problem. Teams will work through Friday night and present their work to judges on Saturday afternoon.
The event will be hosted by Tresata, a predictive analytics software applications company that joined Harris Teeter in launching the Hackathon movement in Charlotte. This year teams will use shopper metrics from Harris Teeter and P&G to explore how to increase grocery trips per shopper and transactions per trip for P&G products.
“Charlotte has a thriving community of skilled technical workers and entrepreneurs, and we’re delighted to offer them an opportunity to showcase what they can accomplish,” says Brian Cesca, Charlotte-area business development manager for DataChambers. The company is currently building a new data center on the North Carolina Research Campus near Charlotte.
Details about the Hackathon event and free tickets for both participants and spectators are available at http://www.hackathonCLT.org.
DataChambers, headquartered in Winston-Salem, N.C., is a North State Communications company specializing in information technology services. DataChambers offers a full range of management and monitoring services, colocation and cloud solutions, and backup and recovery options. The company is SSAE 16 Type II audited and meets rigorous national standards for safeguarding client systems and data. For more information, visit http://www.datachambers.com.
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