Mays’ Center for the Management of Information Systems (CMIS) has announced the winners of its 10th annual case competition. The 2004 competition, sponsored by Anadarko, ExxonMobil, EDS, Dell and Capgemini Energy, challenged teams of undergraduates and graduate students to solve a business problem posed by an actual company.

Students had one week to prepare a proposal for an offshore development center, based on real-life situations faced by information technology companies nationwide. The teams competed in separate undergraduate and graduate divisions and then presented their ideas to judges in several elimination rounds.

The 2004 competition undergraduate winners were Brian Burnett, Don Hannemann and David Jacobs. Graduate student winners included Subit Mathew, Raghav Shreyas Murthi and Sloane Whiteley.