NDMU students develop app for bills, shortlisted in 2014 SWEEP Awards

An application developed by a group of electronics and communications engineering students from Notre Dame of Marbel University (NDMU) in Koronadal City has made it to the shortlist of this year's Smart Wireless Engineering Education Program (Sweep) Innovation and Excellence Awards.

Out of more than 100 entries submitted by different schools and universities nationwide, the application called "Bill of Rights" developed by the group of  Ron Joeffrey Baldove, Alfe Matthew Polo, Arjan Jay Fariolan, Jascent Joy Tutor, Joed Cordero and Judel Ochavillo, all BSECE students of NDMU made it to the TOP 20 of the annual competition and will advance to the next stage.

Bill of Rights allow users to check and pay monthly bills easily and conveniently using smartphones. The application can also store monthly bills, payment records, and official receipts codes that can be access anytime and anywhere if needed.

Below are the 20 shorlisted entries for the 2014 SWEEP Awards.

This year's SWEEP Innovation and Excellence Awards theme is “Building Cloud-based Communities.” The goal was to develop cloud-based applications that is innovative, community-based, sustainable and technology-focused.

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