The 2014 Tech Impact Awards

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Seattle Business magazine’s Tech Impact Awards celebrate individuals and companies whose grasp of technology and its ability to make our lives better is inspiring and impossible to ignore. From cloud computing to big data and from home repair to health care, the advances are spectacular and the benefits even more so. Congratulations to the Tech Impact Awards honorees for 2014!

Finalists

CLOUD

Winner: Microsoft Azure, Silver Award: 2nd Watch Inc.

MOBILE

Winner: T-Mobile US, Silver Award: RootMetrics

CONSUMER

Winner: Allrecipes, Silver Award: Porch

HEALTH

Winner: Limeade, Silver Award: Genelex Corporation

DESIGN

Winner: Artefact, Silver Award: Stratos Product Development

MARKETING

Winner: Cobalt, Silver Award: Hipcricket

ENTERTAINMENT

Winner: Her Interactive, Silver Award: Cheezburger

EMERGING TECH

Winner: DocuSign, Silver Award:Impinj

EDUCATION

For-profit Winner: Apex Learning, Non-profit Winner: Code.org

SOFTWARE AS A SERVICE

Winner: Concur Technologies

ENTERPRISE

Winner: Extrahop Networks, Silver Award: Vertafore 

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT

Winner: Steve Ballmer

 

Judges for the 2014 Tech Impact Awards
Benjamin Beberness, Chief Information Officer, Snohomish County Public Utilities District   

Elon Gasper, VP/Director of Research, Corum Group Ltd.  

Jeremy Jaech, CEO, SNUPI Technologies 

Ed Lazowska, Computer Science & Engineering Professor, University of Washington  

Janis Machala, Dean, Bellevue College Continuing Education  

Matt McIlwain, Managing Director, Madrona Venture Group

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