Software companies have 30 days left to enter ISA industry awards

13 Sep 2012

Irish Software Association chairman Karl Flannery and the association's director Paul Sweetman

This year’s Irish Software Association’s (ISA) industry awards will be taking place on 9 November, and companies have 30 days left to submit their entries.

The IBEC group ISA, which represents more than 100 Irish software companies, is now calling on companies to get their entries in before the 12 October deadline.

The categories for this year’s software industry awards are Partnership of the Year; Technical Innovation of the Year; Sales Achievement of the Year; Multinational Corporation Initiative of the Year; Gaming Company of the Year; ISA Overall Company of the Year; Outstanding Academic Achievement of the Year; and Digital Technology Person of the Year.

ISA chairman Karl Flannery, also CEO of Storm Technology, said that the aim of the awards is to recognise excellence amongst Irish software and digital technology companies.

“They also help companies to validate for their customers, employees and investors the breadth of innovation, vision and execution in their enterprises as they scale internationally,” he said.

Carmel Doyle was a long-time reporter with Silicon Republic