Atoll Technologies has earned recognition both in Hungary and abroad by developing business critical systems. Our enterprise architecture management product SAMU is rated among the best by leading analyst Gartner.

Our company has been paying particular attention to the discovery and employment of young talents studying in Hungary. We consider it important that students gain practical experience while at university. As a sponsor and active member of IBM’s 48-hour programming contest, we have been seeking and employing excelling members of the rising generation for years.

This year’s contest starts on 4 November and will run for 48 consecutive hours. As in previous years, the task will be to provide a creative and viable IT solution to a specific problem from real life.

The contest, hosted by the Faculty of Informatics at the University of Debrecen, is open to the first 20 teams registering. Three-member teams can register on the website of the event from 6 September.