BBVA API Market
Both these solutions from Spain have competed in this challenge with 53 other apps, which used the BBVA Bancomer card transaction data from Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey.
To learn more about all the apps that have won prizes at the InnovaChallenge MX, go to bbvaopen4u.com. The two categories, social apps and enterprise apps, come with three prizes of 15,000, 10,000 and 5,000 euros for first, second and third place; to this we must add the five honorable mention prizes of 1.000 euros.
Winners in the apps for citizens category
Relocation Assistant developed by Luca Chiarandini (Spain) came in first place for the citizen app with a solution that enables you to pick the best neighborhood to live in. This app allows you to compare new neighborhoods with your current location and add search criteria such as schools nearby, night life, etc. The app is already operating in Spain (Madrid and Barcelona) and Mexico (Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey)
Socio created by Ruben Sandoval (Mexico) won second prize with a crowdsourcing app that helps users find financing and partners with common interests in surrounding areas.
Third place was won by Optim, submitted by Delta Hat SL (Spain) which allows users to choose the best places to spend leisure time according to their tastes and desires at any given moment.
Winners in the business app category
Pear Campaigns from Jordi Nin Guerrero, Jordi Aranda Flores, David Solans Noguero, Joan Capdevila Pujol and José Alejandro Cordero Rama (Spain) came in first place in the best business app category with a solution that allows inexperienced users to design effective geographic marketing strategies.
Flux MX developed by Pimpampum (Spain), won the second-place prize, with an app that provides users with an Interactive view of transaction flows between different zip codes of a city.
Third place was won by App Data, created by Carlos Hugo Gonzalez Castell Jonathan Orlando González Antonio and Mario Suriel Flores González (Mexico), a tool that helps business owners to make decisions about opening new businesses or expanding their current one.
The five honorable mentions went to My Spot Please ( Guillermo Garcia Juanes and Rayco Batista Díaz, Spain) which recommends neighborhoods according to the user’s lifestyle, Enterprising (Alejandro Hernandez Matias, Spain) to estimate how a business’s sales will do on any given day, Binmx (David Martin Corral Calvo, Spain) which analyzes the factors that most affect a store’s business performance, Predictor (Andres Ferraro, Uruguay) predicts sales based o weather information, and BBVA Physics Data Lab (Rafael Luque Leiva, Spain), an app that allows you to view data represented by objects that are tangible and can be manipulated.
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