The Neo4j GraphConnect Awards are back! Fondly called the “Graphies” around these parts, this annual celebration reveals the best of the best in the connected data space.
Graphies are open to Neo4j customers and partners, startup program members, investigative/data journalists, Neo4j community members, and Neo4j ambassadors. There are a number of qualifying categories in which to be honored, so don’t hold back! We want to add your project to the growing pool of excellent submissions.
Our goal is to showcase those actively involved in making the world a better place with graph technology. Are you working on a really cool project or know someone who is? Nominate them!
Join the ranks of some of the most notable, innovative graph leaders out there. Past winners include Neo4j customers like Meredith, Lockheed Martin Space, and Ebay, and graph community partners such as EY, NEORIS, and GraphAware. We also celebrate VIPs in our international community, honoring projects like that of Matt Holford and Ravi Anthapu to track and improve the patient journey as part of our Graphs4Good program.
Complete our nomination form or speak to your customer success manager to submit your entry. You have until September 17 at 4pm ET to get your submission in.
In addition to basic organization and contact info, you’ll also need to share what makes your project stand out. To give you an idea, here are some things you’ll want to include:
- A brief overview of your Neo4j-powered project
- What problem you’re solving
- Why you chose Neo4j
- What your results are
- The general number of nodes or relationships in your graph
- The largest or longest traversal (number of hops) in your graph
- Any other supporting materials (visuals, code, user testaments, etc.) to support your nomination
Since these awards are all about our awesome community, I wanted to take a moment to introduce my partner in crime at the Graphie Awards this year, our new Sr. Customer Advocacy Manager, Juan Ortiz!
Juan joins us, most recently, from Delphix, a DevOps/data platform company, where he curated and managed the executive and customer advocacy programs. Prior to Delphix, Juan spent time at SiriusDecisions, as well as the CIO Executive Council, formerly an IDG company, where his passion for customer advocacy took root. In another life, Juan was a musician, concert promoter, producer, and everything in between.
We’re delighted to have him on our team and as a part of this community. You’ll be hearing more from Juan as the weeks unfold. In the meantime, join us and the rest of the Neo4j world in celebrating the power and innovation of graph technology.