When: October 25th-26th 2019
Where: All DealerOn Offices
How: Sign up now
GreenLight is the next stage of life for the hackathon event from August 2017. We feel the name GreenLight better represents the intention of these events. We want to get your ideas greenlit in order to get them implemented and make them a reality. We're all in this together.
The goal of GreenLight events is to move all of us forward. We’re looking for amazing ideas, excellent pitches, and well thought out concepts. We want to hear your suggestions and solutions for solving pain points you see around the office every day. Learn more...
Teams will work together to win prizes by pitching their solution to a panel of DealerOn judges. Everyone is eligible to participate and no coding or development knowledge is required. Learn more...
We'll be updating the site with new information frequently. Check back for updates!
Pitch: How well you present your idea
Plan: How well thought out your idea is
Problem: How well you resolve the problem you're targetting
Practice: How well defined your implementation plan is, so it can be put into practice
Team will compete for over $500 in prizes. The most important thing is having fun, but who doesn't like a little something extra?
What if we didn't use Jira?
When is the Inventory UI deploying?
Who is the CSM for Dealer XYZ?
GreenLight is the new name for DealerOn's Hackathon and related events. Specifically, GreenLight events will be focused on DealerOn and getting your ideas pushed forward.
Fill out the contact form here and we'll be in touch with more information as the date draws near. If you are the guest of a DealerOn employee please enter the email of that guest in the Comments/Questions field of the Register form.
You will form of generally 1-2 other individuals and work together to solve a pain point or issue. Teams will work on their pitch and presentation throughout the 24-hour timeframe and present to our panel of judges. Afterwards, the judges will evaluate and declare a winner.
This is DealerOn. Of course there will be food and drinks provided.
Absolutely not. You are welcome to leave at any time, and you and your team can even work remotely to build your presentation if you wish. We only ask that you be here for the beginning of the event to receive the details, and at the end for the presentations and judging.
Employees from the remote offices, and any other remote employees, are welcome to participate too. We will set up a screen share and video presentation so you can participate for the opening of the event and the presentations/judging.