John Barber, president of Decision Logic, a leading provider of restaurant software solutions, helped provide feedback and evaluation for improvement of University of Nebraska−Lincoln (UNL) computer science students’ competition-based software projects.

The competition, Trade King Campus Challenge, offers cash prizes for teams of college students who develop the best investment focused applications.

Barber was part of a panel of business professionals with a special focus on innovative technologies who met to evaluate the students’ projects before making their final submissions.

The Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management sponsored the meeting. Students were asked to give presentations and explain their projects and each panel member evaluated the work and offered suggestions for improvement.  

Barber is honored to be apart of this competition. “It’s exciting to see technology students have this type of opportunity,” he says. “I’m inspired by their passion and energy.”

The Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management at UNL is a world-class university honors program combining computer science and business management in order to shape high-achieving students into world leaders in technology.

Decision Logic is a customer-focused intelligence provider for the restaurant industry. A leader in back-office data management and reporting, Decision Logic uses leading edge technology to help restaurant operators improve their bottom line. Integrating IT solutions with real restaurant industry experience for more than a decade, Decision Logic offers the latest software, ease of implementation, and first class support. Visit or call 888.358.7728 for more information.

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