Awards 2017

Award Sponsors

Technology Ireland would like to thank all our sponsors, without whom the Annual Software Industry Awards would not take place.
  • Bank of Ireland
  • BryneWallace
  • Enterprise Ireland
  • IDA Ireland
  • FIT ICT Associate Professional
  • Software Skillnet
  • Technology Ireland Innovation Forum

Bank of Ireland:

http://corporatebanking.bankofireland.com
Bank of Ireland is banking partner to some of the leading Irish technology companies including Openet, Fineos and Escher. In addition, Bank of Ireland’s analysis of publically available information in relation to international companies locating in Ireland showed that over 70% chose to work with Bank of Ireland. Bank of Ireland continues to develop its understanding of the technology sector by hiring from the sector, upskilling lenders and engaging with external industry analysts.

ByrneWallace:

https://byrnewallace.com
Regarded as one of Ireland’s premier technology law firms, ByrneWallace advises a wide spectrum of Irish and international tech companies, across all stages of their development - from start-ups to mid-cap and scaling companies, right through to large domestic and multinational organisations. The firm provides legal advice on a range of corporate matters and has specialist expertise advising on fundraising, data protection, IP and brand protection (contentious and non-contentious), cybersecurity & data privacy, online trading, web development and operational issues, software licensing (entreprise and SAAS licensing), electronic payments and fintech. The firm is the first large Irish law firm certified with the ISO 27001 information security standard and is recognised as one of Ireland’s top legal advisers on Mergers & Acquisitions and equity funding transactions. Committed to delivering an excellent service to clients, the firm was awarded the Ireland Client Service Award 2017 by Chambers Europe and the Excellence in Client Service Award 2017 at the Irish Law Awards.

Enterprise Ireland:

http://www.enterprise-ireland.com
Enterprise Ireland is the government organisation responsible for the development and growth of Irish enterprises in world markets. We work in partnership with Irish enterprises to help them start, grow, innovate and win export sales on global markets. In this way, we support sustainable economic growth, regional development and secure employment. Over the past 60 years IDA Ireland has evolved to become a global force in attracting FDI to Ireland and a key influencer in the development of the Irish economy and its reputation abroad.

IDA Ireland:

http://www.idaireland.com
Ireland's inward investment promotion agency, IDA Ireland, is a non-commercial, semi-state body promoting Foreign Direct Investment into Ireland through a wide range of services. We partner with potential and existing investors to help them establish or expand their operations in Ireland.

FIT ICT Associate Professional:

http://www.fit.ie
The FIT ICT Associate Professional is a new IT apprenticeship-style (learn & earn) pathway to a career in the technology sector. For this certification programme FIT has produced an innovative syllabus focusing on equipping the IT professionals of the future with the skills to meet the business needs of today and tomorrow. It draws on FIT’s own extensive experience in working directly with IT companies and its close collaboration with government departments and national education and training agencies.

Software Skillnet:

http://www.softwareskillnet.ie
The Technology Ireland Software Skillnet is an enterprise led support body dedicated to the facilitation of training and workplace learning. The network encourages companies with shared training needs to collaborate to achieve their training goals in a cost effective manner. ISA Software Skillnet is the premier source of cost-effective collaborative training for the Irish Software sector.

Technology Ireland Innovation Forum:

http://www.isin.ie
The Technology Ireland Innovation Forum is a free matchmaking and knowledge-brokering service to help software companies to identify and engage with relevant third-level research institutes. Members can create a listing including contact details and information on areas of interest or research. Listings can be viewed by other members, with the goal of encouraging collaboration. The Network helps to form clusters of academics, indigenous software companies and MNC's to address particular problems posed by industry in a collaborative fashion. Support is also provided regarding IP Agreements, R&D Tax Credit and what funding solutions and support are available.
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