Technology Ireland Awards 2018

Technology Ireland Awards shortlist revealed

Industry gears up for November gala event
Una Fitzpatrick, Technology Ireland and Aaron Keogh, Vhi Healthcare

25 October 2018

The shortlist for the 2018 Technology Ireland Industry Awards has been released.

More than 60 technology companies and organisations from across Ireland entered this year’s awards and winners will be announced at the annual black tie event on 23 November in the Mansion House, Dublin.

Director of Technology Ireland Una Fitzpatrick said: “The companies shortlisted this year have demonstrated outstanding performance over the past 12 months, combining aspects of technical innovation, sales achievements and successful partnering strategies.

“These companies exhibit a proven ability to attract financial resources, as well as showing a return for stakeholders, customers, staff and investors, thus demonstrating a real competitive differentiation. We, alongside our sponsors, look forward to announcing the overall winners on November 23.”

Full shortlist:

Digital technology company of the year (sponsored by VHI Healthcare)
TDS (Time Data Security Ltd.)
Cora Systems
ProVision CameraMatics
Aspire Technology

Emerging company of the year (sponsored by ByrneWallace)
ProVision CameraMatics
The Hire Lab
ThinScale Technology

Outstanding achievement in international growth (sponsored by Enterprise Ireland)
Financial Risk Solutions (FRS)
Aspire Technology

Technology innovation of the year (sponsored by Bank of Ireland)
ProVision CameraMatics
Druid Software

Digital technology services project of the year (sponsored by FIT ICT Associate Professional)
ProVision CameraMatics

WomenInTech company initiative of the year (sponsored by Technology Ireland Software Skillnet)
Dell EMC Ireland
Sun Life Financial
Cisco Systems Ireland
Fidelity Investments Ireland
Vodafone Ireland

Excellence in talent development (sponsored by Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet)
Sun Life Financial Ireland
WP Engine

Outstanding academic achievement of the year (sponsored by Technology Ireland Innovation Forum)
Lero (NUI Galway)
Adapt Centre
Usage Analytics – Lero & DCU

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