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Our Premium Partner Posti challenges programmers and startup businesses in Slush Hacks

Ultrahack 2015 programming event will be organised in Helsinki on 6–8 November.

There is still time to join the world-class programming event in Helsinki. Come develop a solution to the future of e-commerce logistics!

Posti is challenging programmers to find solutions to create smoother e-commerce logistics. The solution could be related to supply chain IT systems, robot-assisted automated warehouses, opportunities for utilizing big data, parcel tracking, return logistics or using gamification to develop the customer experience of the online store.

For the first time ever, Posti is providing participants with access to an unprecedented number of interfaces to its existing systems.

Ultrahack 2015, a world-class programming event in Helsinki, offers both students and business teams a fantastic opportunity to combine programming skills, business creation, and open-minded innovation. Ultrahack 2015 is a part of the Slush Hacks concept. The finalists will get to present their entries to international sponsors in the Slush business event.

Read more about our challenge, watch the video, sign up, and act quickly. Ultrahack is right around the corner: November 6–8.

www.ultrahack.org

Further information:
Elvira Vainio
HRD Manager, Posti
tel. +358 50 406 8446
[email protected]

 

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