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Make a Burger in Less Than 10 Seconds

In search for a way to pump up the entire team of the fast food chain’s employees, reduce the service time, and raise customer satisfaction — all without increasing expenses — Burger King came up with a contest that offers a grand prize to the employee who puts together everyone’s favorite burger in the shortest time and with the highest precision.

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Video Recording

Each contestant can submit only one video a day, and there’s a handy on-screen timer

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Social Features

To contact organizers, view the current top results and useful tips

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Join The Challenge

Information fields are pre-populated to simplify the submission process

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Simple Navigation

Automatically populated information fields

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Useful FAQs

To help contestants navigate the rules

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Popping tips

Helped contestants to always be aware of the rules

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Secure Storage

No one can re-upload or edit any contest submission

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Challenge

Burger King approached Mercury Development for building a solution that would include two components: a tablet app for their employees to take part in the challenge, and a web admin dashboard for their managers to monitor the contest and select winners. The platform had to be ready in less than a month, to allow for proper testing and starting the contest on time.

Solution

The solution included a tablet app for employees to record a video of themselves making a burger, which included an onscreen timer. To make sure that the resulting videos are uploaded quickly and to cater for possible loss of internet connection, Mercury selected Amazon Web Services to securely store the videos and ensure that they can be easily accessed by contest managers. This way, it was easy to join the challenge and review the submissions, and both contestants and managers had a great experience.

Project Highlights

Compressed Timeline

The team had to design a solution that could be implemented within the set timeline: less than a month from the initial contact to the fully functional app. The deadline had to be met, because the dates of the contest had already been announced and could not be moved.

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The solution architecture had to be able to handle high loads and a large number of concurrent uploads. Mercury selected Amazon Web Services to securely upload and store the videos, as well as to manage the workload.

Optimal Solution

Previously, holding a contest across a huge fast food chain was too complicated and required too much management effort. Mercury team came up with a solution that completely solved that business problem, and at a fraction of the cost.

Compressed Timeline
The team had to design a solution that could be implemented within the set timeline: less than a month from the initial contact to the fully functional app. The deadline had to be met, because the dates of the contest had already been announced and could not be moved.
46272 Uploads
The solution architecture had to be able to handle high loads and a large number of concurrent uploads. Mercury selected Amazon Web Services to securely upload and store the videos, as well as to manage the workload.
Optimal Solution
Previously, holding a contest across a huge fast food chain was too complicated and required too much management effort. Mercury team came up with a solution that completely solved that business problem, and at a fraction of the cost.