Department of Information, Operations & Technology Management

Case Competitions

Case competitions play a big role in highlighting the many skills involved in case writing, analysis and execution. These competition benefit our students and offer the opportunity to showcase expertise at myriad platforms.

Each year our students participate in various Information Systems and Supply Chain case competitions. These students demonstrate their skills and knowledge on a “real world” case, representing their ability to create a better solution for the businesses with the support and guidance of the faculty advisers.

Ball State University - Computer Information Systems Project and Case Competition:

Learn More

2019 CIS CASE COMPETITION, APRIL 12–14

1st place – Case and Overall Category
2nd place – Project Category

Ball state Case competition Winners
Students majoring in information systems, from left, Rebecca Church, John Lee, Jillian Jennings, Josh Teachey and Ryan Kile, posed for a photo with their awards at the Computer Information Systems Project and Case Competition.

 
2018 CIS CASE COMPETITION

2nd place - University of Toledo (Student Retention)

Team for case competition (Student Retention)

3rd place - University of Toledo (Banner System)

Team for case competition (Banner)

For more information contact: Teresa Keefe
Office: Stranahan Hall - 4017
Telephone: (419) 530 - 2493
Email

 

General Motors/Wayne State University Supply Chain Case Competition:

Learn More

2018 Supply Chain CASE COMPETITION

GM Supply Chain competition
Our team made it to the top finalists

 

For more information contact: Dr. XINGHAO (SHAUN) YAN
Office: Stranahan Hall - 4043
Telephone: (419) 530 - 4365
Email: Xinghao.Yan@utoledo.edu

 

Last Updated: 2/21/20