22 January 2016

Rootstech Innovator Showdown -- 12 Semifinalists -- Who will win?

Each year at Rootstech developers/innovators have been encouraged to come up with new innovations of benefit to family historians.

The newest incarnation, The Innovator Showdown, debuted in 2015.  Fifty-one software developers from all over the world entered a challenge to create the best new innovations in family history for an opportunity to win $25,000 in awards provided by sponsors.  Checkout the list of winners! 

In 2016, there is $100,000 in awards, Forty-six teams have gone through 2 rounds of judging and this has left 12 semifinalists.  Check out the 12 semifinalists and if you are attending Rootstech, cast your vote on the Friday, 10:30 a.m. in Hall D to help select the People’s Choice winner.

Whether you will be attending Rootstech or not, which app would get your vote?

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