The Winners: 2017 Seattle Business Magazine Tech Impact Awards

Steve Singh, Blue Origin, F5 Networks, Qumulo and 15 more high achievers headline the 2017 Tech Impact Awards
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From the cloud to well beyond the clouds, Washington's tech sector is challenging accepted theories and reaching new heights at a dizzying pace. We shine a spotlight on 19 honorees whose efforts and accomplishments have affected the lives of millions and improved the economy in Washington state and beyond.

Congratulations to the recipients of Seattle Business magazine's 2017 Tech Impact Awards!

Tech Impact Champion
Steve Singh

Category: SaaS
Gold: Outreach
Silver: Zonar Systems

Consumer
Gold: OfferUp
Silver: Vicis

Space
Gold: Blue Origin
Silver: Spaceflight Industries

Enterprise
Gold: Qumulo
Silver: Medbridge

New Technology
Gold: Kymeta Corporation
Silver: Echodyne

Cloud
Gold: Xevo
Silver: Algorithmia

Emerging
Gold: Flexe
Silver: Phytelligence

Productivity
Gold: Nintex
Silver: Textio

Security
Gold: F5 Networks
Silver: Tempered Networks

 
Judges for the 2017 Tech Impact Awards*
 
Elon Gasper, executive vice president, research & technology, Corum Group Ltd.
Tom Hull, CEO, CloudCoreo 
Ed Lazowska, Bill & Melinda Gates chair in computer science & engineering, University of Washington
Matt McIlwain, managing director, Madrona Venture Group 
Ken Myer, interim executive  
Heather Redman, cofounder and managing partner, Flying Fish Partners
 
* Judges do not vote on nominations that might present a conflict of interest.
 

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