Leverage HackerEarth’s community of 1.7M+ developers for your hackathons
Engage HackerEarth's global developer community or invite your own participants.
Conduct private hackathons within your organization with your employees, partners, customers, and other stakeholders.
How hackathons help your business grow
Crowdsource ideas and solutions
Harness the creative power and skills of your employees, partners, customers, and the developer community to solve your business problems.
Learn how organizations around the globe are using hackathons to drive innovation.
Download HackerEarth's 'Global Hackathon Report: Trends & Insights' now.
Conduct hackathons in 5 simple steps with HackerEarth
Create a hackathon
Collaborate with judges
Powerful features for an inspiring hackathon
Create and manage hackathons
Create hackathons in 5 easy steps. Gain complete control over hackathon parameters and customize them according to your wishes.
Evaluate and shortlist submissions
Compare and evaluate all submissions. Select the ones that proceed to further rounds with ease.
Enjoy seamless communication and coordination with other organizers, judges, and participants.
Access detailed analytics
Gain in-depth data on the progress of the hackathon and analyze multiple aspects of the campaign with detailed reports.
How other companies are using hackathons
After hosting physical hackathons for a few years, Societe Generale decided to scale its flagship event, Brainwaves, with a 30-hour Machine Learning themed challenge. The response this event got was just as fantastic as the submissions it received.
"HackerEarth allowed us to extend our reach many folds across premier institutes and experienced people, host a challenge quickly, and evaluate participants in a transparent manner."
GE Healthcare partnered with HackerEarth with the clear vision of collaborating with the developer community to crowdsource and develop affordable, digital healthcare solutions.
Here’s what they achieved…
"Hackerearth leveraged their prior experience well to suggest what would work well and what wouldn't. The number of submissions and turn out on the day of the event is a good indicator of their captive developer community."