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6 Northeast Ohio Organizations Take Home Honors at 13th Annual Best of Tech Awards

 

CLEVELAND (April 12, 2019)—Six innovative organizations from across Northeast Ohio took home awards during the 13th annual Best of Tech Awards hosted by OHTec on April 11.

 

A crowd that numbered in the hundreds inside Signature Flight’s hangar at Burke Lakefront Airport watched as awards were handed out in the categories of: Most Promising Start-Up; Best Tech Services Company; Tech Company of the Year – Large; Tech Company of the Year – Small; and Best Technology Solution, Product or Device. In addition, a special award honoring Best Community Collaboration & Innovation was also presented.

 

Honoring the region’s most innovative companies and leaders and hosted by noted radio and TV personality Mark Nolan, the Best of Tech Awards promote Northeast Ohio as a remarkable place to work at savvy companies that are doing great things. The Best of Tech Awards is a staple of OHTec’s Tech Week—an annual weeklong initiative to support, celebrate and engage the local tech community through a series of events hosted by OHTec as well as a number of community partners.

 

A list of the organizations honored as winners and finalists during the 2019 Best of Tech Awards is below.

 

Most Promising Start-Up

Award winner: Indago—A next-generation medical device company seeking to revolutionize the operating room via the use of smart surgical tools.

 

Finalists

 

Tech Company of the Year—Small

Award winner: Vizion Solutions—Vizion works with companies of all sizes to overcome the struggle of finding and using data companies need to make important decisions.

 

Finalists

 

In addition to these awards, special recognition was also given to the Cleveland Museum of Art, which was honored with the Best Community Collaboration & Innovation Award for its work creating a museum experience that leverages cutting-edge technology while also aligning and partnering with a number of technology companies across the region.

 

About OHTec

Founded in 1998, OHTec has hundreds of members representing all facets of information technology: software development, IT services, website design and development, custom application development, IT recruiters and others. OHTec, a program of the Greater Cleveland Partnership that focuses on connecting Northeast Ohio businesses of all sizes through the common thread of technology, offers signature programs such as Tech Week, the annual Best of Tech Awards, and a variety of other events—including seminars, networking events and forums—as well as tech tools and resources. To learn more about this annual resource for tech in Northeast Ohio, visit www.techweekneo.com.