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Two in a Row! TEKenable wins the Technology Ireland Digital Services Project of the Year for the Second Year

Digital Services Project of the Year award Award

TEKenable was named winner of the Technology Ireland Digital Services Project of the Year Award at the 29th Annual Technology Ireland Industry Awards this afternoon. This is our second year in a row winning this prestigious award having won last year as well.

Over 80 of Ireland’s leading software and digital technology firms entered this year’s awards and the winners were announced at a hybrid in-person/virtual broadcast on (19th November 2021). 

TEKenable wins Digital Technology Services Project of the Year 2021
L-R Una Fitzpatrick (Director Technology Ireland), Padraig McCarthy &Peter Rose (TEKenable) and Edel Hesnan (Director of Training and Employment Services, FIT)

Here is a complete list of the categories and winners:

• Technology Ireland Company of the Year: Global Shares
• Technology Ireland Person of the Year: Bill Kearney,
• Emerging Company of the Year: CameraMatics
• Outstanding Achievement in International Growth: MCO (MyComplianceOffice)
• Technology Innovation of the Year: Brightflag
• Digital Technology Services Project of the Year: TEKenable
• #WomenInTech Company Initiative of the Year: AIB
• Tech4Good – Product/ Service Award: Kinia
• Technology Ireland CSR Award: AWS
• Excellence in Talent Development: Unum Ireland Limited
• Outstanding Academic Achievement of the Year: IBM Research in Ireland

Congratulations

TEKenable would like to extend our congratulations to the overall award winner for Digital Technology Company Global Shares.

Marking the announcement, Technology Ireland Director Una Fitzpatrick said: “Global Shares were ambitious from day one to be a disrupter in a large global marketplace. Their forensic knowledge of the market led to significant investment and persistent innovation to bring a next gen platform to the market. Global Shares’ relentless focus on a sustainable culture of innovation, diversity, inclusion, professional development and wellness truly encompasses what it means to be the Technology Ireland Company of the Year.”

Bill Kearney was named Person of the Year at the awards.  Bill is a stalwart of the Irish Technology Sector, with extensive involvement across all facets of the sector.

Not forgetting all other category winners and those shortlisted for nominations, congratulations and we look forward to following your continued success.

If anyone missed the awards and wishes to watch them back the video of the broadcast is below.

TEKenable would also like to thank the sponsors of the event:

Platinum Sponsor: EY Ireland

Gold Sponsors: Fidelity Investments, Workhuman, Enterprise Ireland

Silver Sponsors: Digital Skillnet, FIT Tech Apprenticeship, ICT Skillnet

About Technology Ireland

Technology Ireland is the technology sector association of IBEC. Representing over 200 members, we advocate on behalf of Ireland’s indigenous and foreign direct investment (FDI) technology companies to Government and policymakers. We make sure Ireland is the most competitive location in the world to grow successful technology businesses. We also develop our own initiatives and services to help member companies prosper. Our mission is to make Ireland a global technology powerhouse.

TEKenable Listed in Deloitte Fast50 for 2nd Year in a Row

TEKenable today announced that it has been TEKenable Listed in Deloitte Fast50 for Second Year in a Row. The Fast50 is a ranking of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in Ireland. Rankings are based on average percentage revenue growth over four years. This is our second year in a row in the Fast50 which is a massive achievement for a company that is coming up on 19 years old. In 2019, TEKenable was also awarded the Fast50 Impact Award, this award is for the company that has made the most significant impact within the current year.

TEKenable’s CEO, Nick Connors attributes the growth to a single minded focus on delivering outcomes for customers and not just projects along with TEKenable’s strategic focus on Low Code platforms allowing rapid low risk systems delivery.

TEKenable ate the Fast50 Awards
TEKenable at the Fast50 Awards in 2019

About The Fast50

The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Awards is one of Ireland’s foremost technology award programmes. This year marks 20 years of the programme celebrating innovation and entrepreneurship in Ireland’s indigenous technology sector.

Cumulatively, the 2020 Fast 50 winners generated approximately €3.3 billion in total annual revenues and employed over 4,600 people in 2019. The average revenue of companies featured in the ranking was approximately €90 million, while the average growth rate of the companies over the last four years was over 400%. Compared with last year, there are 13 new companies on the ranking.

Companies from across three provinces are featured in this year’s awards. 32 companies are Leinster-based, with 11 from Ulster and 8 from Munster*. Overall, 10 counties are represented in the 2020 listing.

Announcing the winners of the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 programme, David Shanahan, Partner, Deloitte said:

Every year at the Fast 50 Awards, we celebrate the incredible innovation and entrepreneurship displayed by Irish tech companies and the immense contribution they make to our economy. Irish tech companies have truly outdone themselves this year. It is inspiring to see the countless examples of companies who, over the last year, have demonstrated resilience, innovated, adapted and thrived in the face of uncertainty and new challenges.

We’re delighted to be supporting and recognising these companies through the Fast 50 Technology Awards programme. Over the last 21 years, the Fast 50 has become the benchmark of success for Irish tech companies”

David Shanahan, Partner, Deloitte

Details of the full Deloitte Technology Fast 50 ranking list are available to download at www.fast50.ie.                  

TEKenable wins the Technology Ireland Digital Services Project of the Year award

Digital Services Project of the Year award Award

TEKenable was named winner of the Technology Ireland Digital Services Project of the Year Award at the 28th Annual Technology Ireland Industry Awards this afternoon. The event was supported by platinum sponsors EY and gold sponsors Fidelity Investments, Workhuman, and Enterprise Ireland.

Over 80 of Ireland’s leading software and digital technology firms entered this year’s awards and the winners were announced at a virtual broadcast on (26th November 2020). 

Ireland’s top companies in technology during a year dominated by Covid-19 were honored at the Technology Ireland Awards.

Here is a complete list of the categories and winners:

Technology Ireland Company of the Year

Fenergo

Technology Ireland Person of the Year

Edel Creely, managing director of Arkphire Services

Emerging Company of the Year

SwiftComply

Outstanding Achievement in International Growth

Fineos

Technology Innovation of the Year

CitySwift

Digital Technology Services Project of the Year

TEKenable

WomenInTech Company Initiative of the Year

VMware

Excellence in Talent Development

Amazon Web Services

Tech4Good CSR Award

Microsoft (DreamSpace)

Tech4Good Product/Service Award

NearForm Covid-19 Tracker

Congratulations

TEKenable would like to extend our congratulations to the overall award winner for Digital Technology Company Fenergo.

Marking the event, Technology Ireland Director Una Fitzpatrick said: “Fenergo is recognised for its in-depth financial services and regulatory expertise, community-based approach to product development and out-of-the-box rules engine.  They also closed an $80 million investment round earlier this year. Fenergo is a business that truly encompasses what it means to be the Technology Ireland Company of the Year.”

Edel Creely was named Person of the Year at the awards.  Edel is a hugely successful entrepreneur who co-founded Trilogy Technologies over 10 years ago with the company being acquired by Arkphire last year. Edel is now the Managing Director of Arkphire Services.

Not forgetting all other category winners and those shortlisted for nominations, congratulations and we look forward to following your continued success.

If anyone missed the awards and wishes to watch them back.

TEKenable would also like to thank the sponsors of the event:

Platinum Sponsor: EY Ireland

Gold Sponsors: Fidelity Investments, Workhuman, Enterprise Ireland

Silver Sponsors: Software Skillnet, FIT Tech Apprenticeship, ICT Skillnet

About Technology Ireland

Technology Ireland is the technology sector association of IBEC. Representing over 200 members, we advocate on behalf of Ireland’s indigenous and foreign direct investment (FDI) technology companies to Government and policymakers. We make sure Ireland is the most competitive location in the world to grow successful technology businesses. We also develop our own initiatives and services to help member companies prosper. Our mission is to make Ireland a global technology powerhouse.

For a third year in a row TEKenable sponsor the Excellence in Local Government Awards, 2020

Graham McCarthy

Graham McCarthy
Public Sector Account Manager

The Excellence in Local Government Awards showcase best practice in local government and recognise the skills, hard work, innovation and enthusiasm within local government that can often go unrecognised.

Chambers Ireland revealed the shortlist for the Excellence in Local Government Awards 2020.
In its 17th year, the Awards features a total of 86 projects from Local Authorities shortlisted over 16 categories.
The Excellence in Local Government Awards are held annually in conjunction with the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage.

Congratulating the Local Authorities shortlisted, Mr. Darragh O’Brien T.D., Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage stated,

“My Department is delighted to support the Chambers Ireland Excellence in Local Government Awards again this year.  The vital role played by local government in our communities has been very much to the fore in the past year, especially as the country responded to the COVID-19 emergency. It is imperative that the effort, commitment, innovation and agility of local authorities and their staff continues to be acknowledged through these formal awards.

The projects that the local authorities have undertaken have helped maintain a sense of community, establish connections among our citizens and provide essential supports to the public at a crucial time. I wish to congratulate everyone for their hard work, commitment and resilience throughout the year, which is evident in all the applications submitted. 

I also wish to acknowledge the efforts made by Chambers Ireland to continue with these prestigious and important awards in very different times.  The number and high calibre of applications submitted by local authorities, along with the organisation of Chambers Ireland, is most impressive.  While we are not able to celebrate the entries and winners this year as we might have done in previous years, I would nonetheless heartily congratulate everyone involved on their achievements.”

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Out of the 16 categories TEKenable are proud to be sponsoring the “Local Authority Innovation Award”, This is a wide-ranging award which recognises innovation at any level and in any capacity within the Local Authority. Examples might include the introduction of new technologies, innovative methods of service delivery or projects that are unique and original in local government in Ireland. there are 5 contenders in this category which have produced a range of innovations across a variety of technologies, see all their solutions below.

Commenting on the announcement of the shortlist, Ian Talbot, Chief Executive of Chambers Ireland said,

“With over 80 projects in the shortlist revealed for this year’s Excellence in Local Government Awards, it’s clear that the innovation and hard work of our Local Authorities has continued unabated across the country, despite the more challenging circumstances that we’re all facing.

Even with the disruption endured by so many in 2020, Local Authorities continue to deliver, achieve more and strive for even greater things for their communities. It’s been inspiring to receive so many wide-ranging applicant projects for this year’s Awards, which underline the efforts that people across our local communities have continued to put in despite living through such uncertain times for us all.

I would like to congratulate each of the shortlisted Local Authorities revealed today. We continue to hold our Awards as a celebration of the enthusiasm, commitment and overall excellence to be found throughout the work being done at Local Government level nationwide. The very best of luck to all shortlisted today.”

The Excellence in Local Government Award winners will be announced at the 17th annual ceremony on 26th November. Awards will be presented for excellence in 16 different categories and one Local Authority will be awarded the overall award and named Local Authority of the Year 2020.

Local Government Awards highlight the vital work done by Local Authorities in communities around the Country

Local Authority Innovation

  • Cork County Council – Housing Infrastructure Services Company
  • Limerick City and County Council – Project 18 – Cora PPM
  • Mayo County Council – Weather Impact REgister App – WIRE
  • Meath County Council – MCC Connect
  • Tipperary County Council – HYDRA Command Development Suite at Clonmel Fire Training Centre
  • Wicklow County Council – Face Mask Loops

Further details about the Awards can be found on the Chambers Ireland website.          

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