New Year’s Competition

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They say tin or aluminium is the traditional gift for a 10th anniversary. Well panagenda is a software company so we’ll have to modernize that thought somewhat. How about a Microsoft Surface Book 256GB/Intel Core i7? We’re turning 10 next year and we’ve decided to celebrate this milestone with our community.

Leading up to the new year, our New Year’s Competition consisting of 3 tasks is the first of multiple birthday surprises throughout 2017. A new task follows every Wednesday at 3pm CET and will be released on this blog. To notify you of the release follow our social media platforms where updates will be posted on a regular basis:

 The ultimate Laptop: The Surface Book i7

Having completed and submitted all tasks by the 27th December 3pm CET, you will go in the draw to win a brand new Surface Book i7. The final prize draw will be held on the 28th December, in time for you to take delivery in the new year and celebrate our birthday with us.

Task 1

The first task is to find six stars in our solutions section. For example on the page “Analytics” or “Migration and Transformation”. These stars hide different words and when combined will make a phrase that you need to send to competition@panagenda.com to be part of the draw.

Task 2

As experts for analyzing and optimizing business collaboration landscapes we experienced, that it’s often the little things that make the big difference and hence your working day way easier.
For our second task, post the little things that optimize your day as a picture or statement underneath this video on our Facebook page.

Task 3

Our iDNA Foundation Report gives companies exciting insights to Big Data. Probably the most popular visualisation is our Bubble Chart. The question for Task 3: What is the color of the applications category in the iDNA Bubblechart, which you can find HERE? Please send the answer to competition@panagenda.com.

Prize draw

There were three tasks that needed to be completed by 27.12.2016. From the participants that completed all three tasks we will be drawing a lucky winner on Facebook Live today (28.12.2016) at 3pm CET.

As we are using a random number generator live online (http://www.oswego.org/ocsd-web/games/RndGenerator/rndnogen.html), we have assigned a number to each participant. You can find your allocated number below. As participation name, we have used either your Facebook or your blog entry name to publicize all participants.

Of course we will also contact the lucky winner per email. Good luck!

Facebook:

  1. Chris Coates
  2. Julian Kornprobst
  3. Peter Rack
  4. Marco Schley
  5. David Bell
  6. Lukas Schubidu
  7. Reinhard PastaCool
  8. Katharina Teply
  9. Gaby Spaszewski
  10. Sophie Haider
  11. Gregorius Samsa
  12. Martin Surma
  13. Tessa Reischenböck
  14. Stephan Kummerer
  15. Steffi Hilli Rottbauer
  16. Felix Doppelhammer
  17. MKr Sreme
  18. Klaus Superstructure
  19. Jaclin Claires
  20. Paul Stockinger
  21. Susu Do
  22. Alexander Hasler
  23. Dan Lönnroos
  24. Claus Kroeger
  25. Torsten Claus
  26. Thomas Andreas
  27. Kevin Oczon
  28. Pat Sawyer
  29. Lam Bert
  30. Elli Si
  31. Sissy Waxmund
  32. Роман Цехлинг
  33. Victor Bärga
  34. Stefan Thier
  35. Sabrina Pickardt
  36. Christoph Diener
  37. Jesper Clausen
  38. Kathy Berkebile Giordano
  39. Hong Zheng
  40. Andy St
  41. Lukas Schuster
  42. Wannes Rams
  43. Howard Greenberg
  44. Christoph Sassor
  45. Stefanie Stastny
  46. Lauren Power
  47. Alwin Meledeth
  48. Rob Mason
  49. Felix Mxyz
  50. Harald Reisinger
  51. Rainer Brandl
  52. Catherine Kerley
  53. Trevor Chung
  54. Christian Langanki
  55. Don R. Balken
  56. Франц Францевич

Blog:

  1. Dirk Schobinger
  2. Stastny Lukas
  3. Theo Heselmans
  4. Samuel Sawatzky
  5. Lukas Schiller
  6. Arabella Buchmann
  7. Reinhard Schiller
  8. Franz Graf
  9. Reinhard Schuster
  10. Erik Borš
  11. Lukas Berger
  12. Dan Lönnroos
  13. Lukas Schwingenschlögel
  14. Theodor Zwerina
  15. Markus Lang
  16. Abdul Saffari
  17. Renate Jödler
  18. Görkan Saiti
  19. Brigitte Csörgits
  20. Maria Surma
  21. Erwin van den Berg
  22. Martin Lackner
  23. Raphael Stanley
  24. halil öztürk
  25. Kastrati Bledijan
  26. Daniela Kunz
  27. Richard Marschallinger
  28. Lukas Schuster
  29. Michael Knotzer
  30. Valentin Böhm
  31. Elias Biasion
  32. Boris Quiroga
  33. Pamela Ruckstuhl
  34. Marlies Serajnig
  35. Stephan
  36. Ingrid Förster
  37. Veronica Meissner
  38. Carl-Heinz Weber
  39. Claudia Steinböck
  40. Agathe Fidler
  41. Peter Hickersberger
  42. Andreas
  43. Birgit Tucek
T&Cs

Definitions

‘panagenda’ means all companies in the panagenda group including but not limited to panagenda GmbH, panagenda Consulting GmbH, Trust Factory B.V. and panagenda Inc.

The ‘Promoter’ is panagenda.

‘Disqualified Participants’ are:

(a) all panagenda employees, and their Immediate Families, which includes spouses, Grandparents, Parents, Children, and Grandchildren whether by marriage, past marriages, remarriage, adoption, co-habitation or other family extension.

(b) all people under the age of 18 years;

Entry

  1. This Promotion is not associated with, nor endorsed by any online or offline medium with which it is promoted including but not limited to Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, LinkedIn, Xing and YouTube.
  2. Entry to the Promotion is limited to 1 per person.
  3. Entry into the Promotion is deemed to be acceptance of the Rules and confirmation that the entrant has the necessary authority.
  4. The Promotion is open to residents of all countries. Disqualified Participants may not enter in the Promotion.
  5. panagenda reserves the right to exclude any person from participating in the Promotion on reasonable grounds.
  6. panagenda reserves the right to refuse to award any prize to an entrant who panagenda decides (in its sole discretion) has violated the Rules, gained unfair advantage in participating in the Promotion or won using fraudulent means.
  7. By participating, entrants grant panagenda exclusive permission to use their names, characters, photographs, videos, voices and likeness in connection with the Promotion and for future promotion and marketing purposes and waive any claims to royalty, right or remuneration for such use.
  8. All entrant personal details must be valid and up to date and will be held by panagenda and may be used for the purpose of the Promotion and for future promotion and marketing purposes in accordance with panagenda Privacy Policy (see www.panagenda.com/imprint/) unless otherwise directed by contestants at the time of entry.
  9. Personal information provided at the time of entry is presumed to be true and, in the case of text or email notification – active, through to and beyond the date of the Promotion’s completion.

Winning the Prize

  1. Only the person who originally entered the Promotion can be awarded the prize (‘the Winner’).
  2. The Winner will be determined in the manner set out in the Rules or the Specific Rules – if not specified then as determined by the Promoter who shall for this purpose be deemed the Judge.
  3. The Judge’s determination of the Winner will be final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  4. The Winner will be notified by email, phone, mail or in person and must be available for the preparation of all publicity that may be required by panagenda. Where attempts to contact the Winner fail (e.g. when the Winner cannot be contacted by phone after three attempts or mail sent is returned) the Judge will select another winner. If, after successful notification, the prize is not collected within two months of being announced it will be regarded as forfeit. (Note: 3 attempts to contact the Winner will include individual calls to any numbers provided at the time of entry.
  5. The prize is not redeemable for cash or transferable, unless the contestant wishes to transfer the prize to a charity of their choice. No other family members, friends, office associates or any other person will be able to participate on the Winner’s behalf. In the event that the prize specified in the Promotion becomes unavailable for any reason the Promoter may substitute a prize of like or equal value.
  6. Where the Winner is required to claim the prize in person, they must provide proper identification (e.g. driver’s license, passport, birth certificate).
  7. The Winner takes the prize entirely at his/her own risk and indemnifies panagenda in respect of any claim for any accident, injury, property damage or loss of life that may occur in connection with the prize. The Winner is responsible for all insurance, tax or other costs that may be associated with the prize.
  8. panagenda reserves the right to amend, vary, extend or discontinue a Promotion at any stage, for any reason.
  9. panagenda takes no responsibility for any inability to enter, complete, continue or conclude the Promotion due to equipment or technical malfunction, busy lines, inadvertent disconnection, texts with a misspelt keyword, texts to an incorrect shortcode, Acts of God or otherwise.
  10. To the fullest extent permitted by law panagenda will not be liable for any loss or damage whatsoever (including but not limited to direct or consequential loss) or for personal injury as a result of Promotion entry or winning the prize.
  11. Where the prize is to be supplied by an entity outside panagenda control and that entity fails, for whatever reason, to supply the prize, panagenda has no responsibility for the provision of the prize and is not obliged to provide an alternative prize or to take legal action to require the prize supplier to provide the prize.

Acceptance

  1. Participation in the Promotion is deemed acceptance of these Terms and Conditions.
  2. If the Winner does not accept these Terms and Conditions the prize will be forfeited.
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  • Sue White
    Reply

    Where do you post the answer to the Step 1 challenge? I have worked out the solution but cannot find a place to send you the answer.

  • Katrin Pascher
    Reply

    We already received a few emails from participants of our competition who are not facebook members. Therefore, we want to give you the possibility to share your statements for task 2 as a direct reply to our blogpost. Thank you all for taking part and stay tuned for the third and last task!

  • Theo Heselmans
    Reply

    What optimizes my day:

    Having immediate mobile access to almost any task I need to do via my iPad.
    Anywhere, Anytime: Email, Agenda, Social Media, Finances, News updates, …

  • Samuel Sawatzky
    Reply

    What optimizes my day:
    Having my digital notebooks well organized so I can think about the task at hand rather then trying to remember what else I have to do later.

  • Lukas Schiller
    Reply

    what optimizes my day? listening to the music i like while working.

  • Arabella Buchmann
    Reply

    Good breakfast with strong Coffee, A walk in nature with my dog, hanging out with friends and coming home to my family.

  • Reinhard Schiller
    Reply

    Google docs and updatemi

  • Franz Graf
    Reply

    My old surface 2 😀 a newer version would optimize my day even more 😀

  • Reinhard Schuster
    Reply

    having internet connection whereever I go optimizes my work and my day

  • Erik Borš
    Reply

    For me there are a few mobile apps, what optimize my daily working time – ibm verse for email/calendar, slack for immediately communications module with my team connected with redmine as helpdesk and project management app. Im only connected with tweeter and g+ to social network world, where the news and updates are optimized for me.

  • Lukas Berger
    Reply

    There areso many things that optimize my day. Maybe most important is getting up early and doing my personal morning ritual before I go to work. This includes meditation and sports.For me this ritual makes the difference

  • Dan Lönnroos
    Reply

    The little things that optimize my day are my colleagues. Collaborating with them is my key to success.

  • Lukas Schwingenschlögel
    Reply

    the right mindset, good mood, some good conversations, sport, spending time with my wife and kids, walking the dog, getting all the nutrition i need, nice weather, enjoying the little things,…
    there’s so much to enjoy

  • Theodor Zwerina
    Reply

    getting enough sleep

  • Markus Lang
    Reply

    my smartphone and the ability to sync all my relevant data on all devices

  • Abdul Saffari
    Reply

    since I’m still a student without a job i always appreciate it when my parents invite me and cook for me. saving money optimizes my day

  • Renate Jödler
    Reply

    When i hear one of my favorite songs on the radio

  • Görkan Saiti
    Reply

    when i see that my work and effort is appreciated by my boss and my colleagues.

  • Brigitte Csörgits
    Reply

    getting ALL the things done before the deadline (yes, sometimes this happens 🙂 ) optimizes mmy day

  • Maria Surma
    Reply

    i only got a really really old PC. anew one would pretty much optimize my year 2017 😀

  • Erwin van den Berg
    Reply

    My smartphone with access to my email, chat environment and ibm connections everywhere and anytime.

  • Martin Lackner
    Reply

    Talking with my colleagues while having a coffee frees my mind and prepares me for further work 🙂

  • Raphael Stanley
    Reply

    My Iphone and my PC

  • halil öztürk
    Reply

    wenn ich frei habe ist das ein guter tag

  • Kastrati Bledijan
    Reply

    When I finish my project. that’s the moment i worked so long for. that optimizes my day. and in addition I’m always eager to start a new one 🙂 the bigger the challenge the better

  • Daniela Kunz
    Reply

    what optimizes my day? hard to say since my mood depends on so many things. but a good day always starts with a good sleep and a good morning 🙂 for me a good morning means that i got enough time for a big breakfast and coffee before the working day starts.

  • Richard Marschallinger
    Reply

    drinking an after-work-beer with my colleagues

  • Lukas Schuster
    Reply

    i store all my work in the cloud. having access anywhere, anytime optimizes my day. taking a timeout every now and then also contributes to my well being, big time 🙂

  • Michael Knotzer
    Reply

    laughing with others

  • Valentin Böhm
    Reply

    hello everyone, today is chrismas.
    spending the day with my loved ones optimizes it 🙂

    MERRY X-MAS

  • Elias Biasion
    Reply

    spending this chrismas eve with my family

  • Boris Quiroga
    Reply

    Happy Chrismas everyone,

    normally I do not participate in lotteries but this time I do because winning the surface book would optimize my day 🙂

  • Pamela Ruckstuhl
    Reply

    to see that my son learned something new. when he proudly presents his new skills this optimizes my day.

    and a good cup of strong coffee 🙂

  • Marlies Serajnig
    Reply

    friends and family. and my blackberryerajnig@eclipso.at

  • Stephan
    Reply

    What optimizes my day:
    A good cup of coffee in the morning

  • Ingrid Förster
    Reply

    structure and an organized workplace optimizes my day

  • Veronica Meissner
    Reply

    a good day starts well rested. A good night sleep is the “A and O” like we say in german 🙂

  • Carl-Heinz Weber
    Reply

    my smartphone, my laptop, my bike

  • Claudia Steinböck
    Reply

    getting in touch with old friends again

  • Agathe Fidler
    Reply

    das Leuchten in den Augen meiner Kinder zu Weihnachten

  • Peter Hickersberger
    Reply

    There are so many little things which can optimize my day. Unfortunately there are also many little things which can ruin my day. Accrediting the good things more importance optimizes my day.

  • Andreas
    Reply

    What optimizes my day:
    starting the day with a good coffee and the right soundtrack

  • Birgit Tucek
    Reply

    Mein Iphone! Es nimmt mir so viel Arbeit ab, es erinnert mich an wichtige Termine, wenn ich etwas nicht weiß, kann ich es jederzeit nachschauen,…

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