#IndyCorpHack Announces Winners

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(Image of Fantasy Hackorz team courtesy of the Twitter account of AT&T Indiana President Bill Soards) (Image of Fantasy Hackorz team courtesy of the Twitter account of AT&T Indiana President Bill Soards)
INDIANAPOLIS -

A two-and-a-half-week competition in Indianapolis to develop digital applications for corporations has selected the winners. #IndyCorpHack, the most recent event in the Hack Indiana Series, featured challenges issued by the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Interactive Intelligence Group Inc. (Nasdaq: ININ), AT&T Indiana and Socrata.

The winners are:

Fantasy Hackorz- John Schevola with Ryan Kent, David Bidle and Daniel Dow - The Indianapolis Motor Speedway's Virtual Race Pool Challenge - created a fantasy sports-style app for racing fans.

Reborn Code - Interactive Intelligence Purecloud Collaborate Challenge - Darye Henry, San Pathak, Ollie Ward and Casey Riney - developed a Google Chrome extension that works with an Interactive Intelligence project management platform.

Independent Development Solutions - AT&T "It Can Wait" Challenge - John Ford, Seth Johnson and Michael Krause - created an app to track potentially dangerous phone usage during car trips.

The Iron Yard - Socrata Open Data Outdoors Challenge - Silas Tolliver, Andrew Riley and Tad Sherlock - developed a web app to help users discover outdoor opportunities in Indiana.

The Hack Indiana Series is a collaboration between the Indy Chamber and Techpoint, designed to feature talented tech students and professionals in the state.

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