Friday, August 2, 2013

MassTLC Announces Finalists for the 2013 Technology Leadership Awards

Mass Technology Leadership Council (MassTLC) Announces Finalist for the 2013 Technology Leadership Awards

Finalists for CEO, Company, Innovative Technology, Start-up to Watch, Emerging Executive of the Year and 11 Additional Categories Announced

July 18, 2013, Cambridge, MA – The Mass Technology Leadership Council (MassTLC) announced finalists for the Council’s 2013 Technology Leadership Awards last night at a cocktail reception at Microsoft NERD Center in Cambridge, MA. Several hundred tech executives were in attendance for the announcement, including this year’s award nominees.

“The annual Leadership Awards program was designed to shine the spotlight on great technologies and leadership in our region,” said Tom Hopcroft, President and CEO of Mass Technology Leadership Council. “This year’s finalists are an incredible group, representing technologies across the sector. It’s our honor to recognize their hard work and innovative spirits – two qualities that remain core to the success of Massachusetts’ vibrant tech community.”

Finalists were announced in seventeen categories. Two categories, Start-up to Watch and Consumer Product of the Year will include online voting. In the case of Consumer Product of the Year, ten finalists were named and the winner will be determined by public voting, both prior to, and during, the event. 

The judging model for the awards program included 55 executives, investors, analysts, media and thought leaders who participated in the finalist selection process. The pool of finalists will be further narrowed over the coming weeks and the winners will be announced on Thursday, September 12, at the MassTLC Leadership Awards Gala at the Westin Waterfront in Boston. Details and advance registration are available at www.masstlcawards.org.

2013 MassTLC Leadership Awards Finalists 

CEO of the Year
Jonathan Bush, athenahealth
Art Papas, Bullhorn
Sheila Lirio Marcelo, Care.com
Jeremy Hitchcock, Dyn
Stephen Kaufer, TripAdvisor

CTO of the Year
Dries Buytaert, Acquia
Andreas Zink, Black Duck Software
Vlad Sejnoha, Nuance Communications
Patrick Harding, Ping Identity
David Berry, Pronutria

Emerging Executive of the Year
Lelah Manz, Akamai Technologies
Justin Borgman, Hadapt
Mark Kasdorf, Intrepid Pursuits
Emily Green, Smart Lunches
Matt Johnston, uTest
Private Company of the Year
Actifio
Hubspot
Rapid7
uTest
Wayfair
Public Company of the Year
Akamai Technologies, Inc.
athenahealth
NetScout Systems, Inc.
Pegasystems
TripAdvisor
Start-up to Watch
Hadapt
Infinio
Mobee
Stackdriver
Vaxess Technologies

Innovative Technology of the Year – Big Data
CQuotient: Personalized Email Solution
Intersystems: InterSystems Caché
Localytics: Closed-loop App Marketing and Analytics Solution
Movik: Intelligent RAN Awareness Solution
Panjiva: Global Search


Innovative Technology of the Year – Cloud
Cloudant: Specialized Database Indexing Engines
CloudLock: CloudLock Apps Firewall
Desktone: Virtual Desktop Platform
Plexxi: Affinity Based Scale-out Networking Product Family
Yottaa, Inc.: Web Optimization Solution


Innovative Technology of the Year – Digital Games
Disruptor Beam: Game of Thrones Ascent
Owlchemy Labs: Jack Lumber
Stomp Games: Robot Rising
Subatomic Studios: Fieldrunners 2
The Tap Lab: Tiny Tycoons


Innovative Technology of the Year – Ed Tech
BoomWriter Media, for their BoomWriter Technology Heroes Program 
Curriculum Associates, for i-Ready
Ellevation Education, for their Ellevation software platform
Gradeable, for their digital grading tool
Muzzy Lane Software, for Government in Action (GinA)


Innovative Technology of the Year – Energy
BRIDGE Energy Group: GridInteract™
Ekotrope: Ekotrope
EnerNOC: EfficiencySMART Insight Meter
WiTricity Corporation: Prodigy


Innovative Technology of the Year – Healthcare/Life Sciences
AG Mednet: SQC Module
Diagnostics for All: Point-of-Care Diagnostic Devices
Kyruus: Kyruus ProviderMatchTM
SimulConsult: Genome-Phenome Analyzer
Vaxess Technologies: Vaccine Stabilization Technology


Innovative Technology of the Year – Mobile
Crashlytics: Crashlytics Reporting System
FeedHenry: Cloud-based Mobile Application Platform
Kinvey: Enterprise Edition 
Lilliputian Systems: Nectar Mobile Power System
TripAdvisor: TripAdvisor City Guides


Innovative Technology of the Year – Robotics
Corindus Vascular Robotics: The CorPath System
Energid Technologies: Actin
Harvest Automation: HV-100 Robot
Rethink Robotics: Baxter Research Robot
Rise Robotics: Springs technology


Innovative Technology of the Year – Sales & Marketing
Affinnova: Studio for Design
Brainshark, Inc.: SlideShark 3.0
Qvidian: Qvidian Sales Playbooks & Analytics
TimeTrade: TimeTrade 6 
Vsnap: Vsnap


Consumer Product of the Year
Abine, Inc.: DoNotTrackMe
Curata: Curata Reader
CustomMade: CustomMade marketplace
Equiso: Motion-Controlled Remote
Kaspersky Lab: Kaspersky PURE 3.0 Total Security 
LogMeIn: Cubby
QD Vision: QD Vision's Color IQ™ 
SessionM: mPOINTS
Smart Lunches: Online Nutritious Lunch Ordering Service
Ubersense: Ubersense Coaching App


Recruitment Video of the Year
Aternity
Microsoft
PHT Corporation
Rapid7
Vistaprint



Awards Program Platinum Sponsors: Cisco, Greenberg Trauig, Microsoft, PwC and Silicon Valley Bank

Gold Sponsors: 
Aericon, CA, K Square Law, Raytheon, PTC, Sonus

About The Mass Technology Leadership Council, Inc.
MassTLC Helps Tech Leaders Get to Where They are Going, Faster

With more than 525 member companies, the Mass Technology Leadership Council (MassTLC) is the region’s leading technology association and the premier network for tech executives, entrepreneurs, investors and policy leaders. MassTLC’s purpose is to accelerate innovation by connecting people from across the technology landscape, providing access to industry-leading content and ideas and offering a platform for visibility for member companies and their interests. Visit
www.masstlc.org or the Awards microsite at www.masstlcawards.org for more information.

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