WeDo Tech Launches Anti-Fraud Innovation Competition

WeDo Technologies, a specialist in revenue assurance and fraud management has launched an open competition for clients, partners and employees. The purpose of the competition is to challenge participants to come up with new business ideas, products and/or services focusing on current and future trends, within the scope of risk management and data analytics.

For Rui Paiva, WeDo Technologies CEO, “Innovation not only  a fundamental part of WeDo Technologies but it’s also part of our DNA. Therefore, we believe the best way to celebrate this is by challenging all those who dare to think outside the box and discover the next big innovation within the Telecoms sector.” Also, according to Rui Paiva, “The concept of open innovation is simple and as follows:  encourage game-changing ideas capable of being developed into very interesting business opportunities.”

WeDo Technologies suggests the analysis of key themes within the sector, including Blockchain, GDPR & Data Privacy, 5G, Machine Learning, to name a few. Proposals should have market potential, be realistically achievable and, of course, be absolutely game-changing.

How can you participate?

All candidates should apply by April 2nd through the company’s website. Participation is open to individuals as well as teams consisting of three.

Five selected finalists will present their ideas at WeDo Technologies’ largest annual event, the Worldwide User Group Cascais’18, which takes place on May 9-11th at Hotel Miragem, in Cascais, Portugal. They will have six minutes to deliver their pitch to a panel chosen by WeDo.

The winning candidate will receive a €5,000 Amazon gift card and see their idea implemented by WeDo Technologies.

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