New Smart Phone App OrdrIT at Clarkson University





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Uploaded on Nov 6, 2012

Ever miss your favorite song and a concert or that big play in the game over waiting in a concession stand line? You've paid for the ticket so you might as well get the most bang for your buck. Enter Clarkson University students who created a smart phone application called OrdrIT that allows spectators at sporting events to order concession products from their seats. It was launched in the students' first-year business class at Clarkson.

The students' company, Innovative Delivery Systems (IDS), formed by Clarkson University undergraduate students, won the $20,000 first prize at the annual University of Colorado at the Colorado Springs Sports/Outdoor business plan competition in October 2012.

The company is comprised of four School of Business sophomores: Dietrich Diehl of Clarence Center, N.Y., Andrew Wegner of Farmington, N.Y., Sean Cheung of Norwich, N.Y., and Christopher Behrens of Rhinebeck, N.Y., and Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering junior Steve Akiki of Colchester, Vt.

"We have had so many great opportunities to launch our company at Clarkson," said Diehl. "We have a strong team and our determination to succeed has benefited us tremendously."

The Clarkson School of Business is different—and that's the way we like it. Our undergraduate business majors and graduate business programs stand out because they are designed to meet the targeted needs of the world's most innovative companies. These companies seek out employees who can think across traditional boundaries, merging solid business know-how with insight into engineering, global supply chain management, information systems and more.

That's exactly the type of career-launching business education you will receive at Clarkson.

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