Finalists 2021

'A record-breaking year' as Technology Ireland announce shortlisted companies for the 2021 Technology Ireland Awards

Following a record 82 applications, 47 entries have now been shortlisted for the 29th Technology Ireland Industry Awards. Technology Ireland, alongside platinum sponsors EY Ireland, gold sponsors Fidelity Investments, Workhuman and Enterprise Ireland, extended their congratulations to the successful entries, stating that the mix of indigenous Irish-owned companies and international FDI companies and the quality of the entries highlighted the vibrancy of the Irish tech sector.

Director of Technology Ireland, Una Fitzpatrick, said: “This year’s Technology Ireland Awards highlights the continuing growth of the sector, with the highest ever response in applications received for the Emerging Company of the Year award, and the lead award category, the Digital Technology Company of the Year Award, sponsored by EY Ireland. The record number of applications received accentuates the vibrancy of the sector and cements Ireland’s position as a global technology powerhouse.”

EY Ireland sponsors the prestigious Digital Technology Company of the Year Award. Marie Treacy, Technology Sector Leader and Partner with EY Ireland, commented “The calibre of shortlisted entries this year has been truly phenomenal and is a testament to the high levels of innovation, creativity and adaptability we continue to see amongst Irish indigenous as well as international technology firms located in Ireland. These companies demonstrate the excellence that is present right across the tech sector in Ireland and its ability to transform and thrive in the face of adversity. On behalf of EY, I’d like to extend my heartfelt congratulations to those companies who have been shortlisted and I wish them the very best as we approach the Awards next month.”

Lorna Martyn, Head of Technology at Fidelity Investments and Chair of Technology Ireland, said “Given the incredible response to the introduction of the Tech4Good category last year, Fidelity is delighted to once again support recognition of the positive impact of technology on wider society. The calibre of applications received across all categories further highlights the potential within the sector to positively contribute to post-pandemic recovery.”

The next stage of the awards will see the shortlisted entries present to ten independent judging panels, composed of CEOs and founders of successful Irish technology companies, and leaders within the technology sector.

The winners of this year’s awards will be announced at the annual awards event on 19 November in the Westin Hotel, Dublin.

Technology Ireland Industry Awards Shortlist 2021


Technology Ireland Company of the Year (sponsored by EY Ireland)

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Global Shares

Emerging Company of the Year


    Outstanding Achievement in International Growth (sponsored by Enterprise Ireland)

    MCO (MyComplianceOffice)
    Luzern eCommerce

    Technology Innovation of the Year (sponsored by Workhuman)

    Money Jar

    Digital Technology Services Project of the Year (sponsored by FIT ICT Associate Professional)

    TEKenable Ltd

    #WomenInTech Company Initiative of the Year (sponsored by Technology Ireland DIGITAL Skillnet)

    Fidelity Investments Ireland
    Google Ireland
    Citibank Europe plc
    Code Institute

    Tech4Good - Product/ Service Award (sponsored by Fidelity Investments)

    Google Ireland and Dublin City Council
    Mobility Mojo

    Technology Ireland CSR Award

    Amazon Web Services (AWS)
    Microsoft Ireland
    Fidelity Investments Ireland
    Fitzgerald & Partners Accountants
    Huawei Ireland

    Excellence in Talent Development (sponsored by Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet)

    Fidelity Investments Ireland
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    Unum Ireland Limited

    Outstanding Academic Achievement

    IBM Research in Ireland
    CONNECT Research Centre, Trinity College Dublin
    The SFI ADAPT Centre for AI Driven Digital Content Technology
    National College of Ireland
    CeADAR - Ireland's Centre for Applied AI
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