And the winner is…

Irving, Texas – May 3, 2012 – Four Js Development Tools announced that Mike Folcher, team leader of Sungard K-12 Education’s Genero-based eFinancePLUS, was awarded first prize in its closely fought “Weekend Trip to Paris” contest.

Mike and his wife will spend four romantic days soaking up the summer Parisian sun; enjoy a gastronomic cruise down the river Seine on board the Don Juan II as it glides past the city’s most prestigious monuments. Mike’s flying from Philadelphia International Airport on June 28 and checking into the Hotel Pergolese just off the Champs Elysees. Everyone from Four Js wishes them both a great weekend.

“Paris is one of those dream destinations to take your wife – especially when someone else is paying!

Mike Folcher,
Team Lead,
Sungard K-12 Education

Mike was among seven delegates to have attended all fourteen qualifying sessions enabling them all to formulate the message:

“Genero, the fastest way to the Mac, the Web, the Cloud, and mobile devices”

… and by the way, earning them those precious visa stamps. Mike’s intimate knowledge of Four Js lore was matched only by Thomas Smith’s of Fourth Generation, both of them cracking the tie-breaker question regarding the origin of the Four Js name. Only Mike’s slogan:

“Ride the technology wave with Genero”

separated the two.

Mike’s winning passport visa

Second prize was therefore awarded to Thomas, who graciously accepted his shiny New iPad, with third prize going to Chris Basnage of SunGard Public Sector, now proud owner of an iPod Touch.

Four Js Development Tools would like to thank the IIUG for its invitation to the 2012 Conference, which proved to be one of the most successful to date.