GlobalVetLINK is proud to be announced as a finalist in three categories of the Technology Association of Iowa’s (TAI) 12th Annual LWBJ Prometheus Awards. The categories include Software Company of the Year, Ag Technology Company of the Year and Technology Company of the Year – Small & Medium. See the full announcement from TAI below, or visit their website.
Des Moines, Iowa (Feb. 24, 2017) — The Technology Association of Iowa (TAI), the statewide voice for Iowa’s technology industry, and LWBJ announced today the finalists of the 12th Annual LWBJ Prometheus Awards. The Prometheus Awards recognize and celebrate innovative companies and individuals in Iowa’s $11 billion technology industry, which accounts for 8.8 percent of the state’s GDP and employs over 76,000 workers.
The Prometheus Awards this year received a record number nominations from over 100 Iowa companies. The 2017 nominees represent the most diverse and competitive pool to date. The winner in each of the 14 award categories will be announced during the Prometheus Awards celebration on Thursday, April 20, 2017, at the Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center in Des Moines.
“LWBJ has been proud to be the lead sponsor of The Prometheus Awards since its inception 12 years ago. We understand the importance of Iowa’s growing technology sector, and we know, firsthand, the challenges involved in translating great ideas into successful realities,” said Dave Hove, CPA and Senior Partner at LWBJ. “That’s why we’re excited to honor this year’s slate of outstanding nominees, as well as the world-class products and services they are bringing to market,” he continued.
At the awards ceremony, LWBJ will also announce the winner of the “LWBJ Impact Award.” The LWBJ Impact Award recognizes an individual or organization that has made a significant impact on the growth, success and sustainability of Iowa’s technology industry.
“The Prometheus Awards is the most prestigious recognition for Iowa’s technology industry and brings together leaders from the tech community to celebrate the year’s most momentous innovations,” said Brian Waller, President of TAI. “These awards showcase the great talent and companies in Iowa and further solidify Iowa’s reputation as a tech state,” Waller continued
Nominations were submitted for companies, leaders and communities from across the state. Finalists represent a range of industries including: technology, financial services, insurance, agriculture, manufacturing, and healthcare.
Outstanding Startup Company of the Year
Student Innovation of the Year
Mobile App of the Year
Life Sciences/Biotech Company of the Year
Software Company of the Year
IT Service Provider of the Year
Top Growth Company of the Year
Best User of Technology
Ag Technology Company of the Year
CEO of the Year
CIO/CTO/CSO of the Year
Technology Community of the Year
Technology Company of the Year – Small & Medium
The Workiva Large Technology Company of the Year
Finalists were selected based on their contributions to Iowa’s Technology Community through innovation, development of creative solutions, and demonstration of industry leadership.
The full announcement can be viewed on TAI’s website: https://www.technologyiowa.org/News/ShowNews?id=43.