LONDON, Jan. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- CS Networks, one of the fastest growing mobile messaging and security providers serving premium SMS services, is pleased to announce the newest of their developer-participation contests. Dubbed the 'CS Networks Programming Awards 2013,' this is an outstanding opportunity for developers to gain exposure within the telecom industry, and a chance to win EUR50,000 to get started and keep the product running.
Principals behind the company have been working within the developer community for many years now, and have designed this contest to meet new developers, and test new ideas for their SMS technologies systems. The competition is global and open to both students and small & medium sized enterprises (less than 100 employees). The theme of the contest is "SMS It" with the purpose of the theme to promote innovations towards the SMS technologies via CS Networks Platform, develop new business concepts to empower individuals and society.
Competitors must be able to develop an application based on the CS Networks SMS API that addresses the theme, submit a demo of a working prototype application by March 28, 2013. The application must be an original work.
Prizes have been noted by industry critics as being quite generous, but the principals wanted to attract the most capable of developers. The final evaluation phase will be done at the Awards Ceremony by the panel of experts, who will select the winners by making final decisions.
Submitted applications will be evaluated according to the following criteria:
- Business potential
Submit your original work via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit CS Networks for more information.
CS Networks Premium SMS Gateway provides secure, reliable and high throughput messaging platform to wireless service providers, mobile operators, MVNOs, enterprises and bulk SMS aggregators. CS Networks is innovation oriented mobile solutions provider. For further information, visit the website: http://www.cs-networks.net
SOURCE CS Network Solutions Limited