ByrneWallace sponsors the 2016 ISA Irish Software AwardsThursday, 01 September 2016
ByrneWallace is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the 2016 Irish Software Association (ISA) Irish Software Awards.
Now in their 24th year, the Awards recognise and celebrate those companies who have achieved exceptional success and developed innovative digital technologies over the past 12 months. The 8 award categories include:
• ISA Digital Technology Company of the Year
• Emerging Technology Company of the Year
• Technology Innovation of the Year
• Outstanding Achievement in International Growth
• Digital Technology Services Project of the Year
• Excellence in Talent Development Award
• Multinational Corporation Initiative of the Year
• Outstanding Academic Achievement of the Year
Commenting on the announcement, Catherine Guy, Managing Partner said, “ByrneWallace has a long history working closely with many Irish and international tech companies, across all stages of their development. We continue to have the privilege of working with some of Ireland’s most innovative and forward thinking entrepreneurs in this space. These Awards are an opportunity to celebrate the outstanding achievements by Ireland’s leading tech companies, and we are delighted to support this event."
Darren Daly, Head of Technology added, "The tech sector in Ireland, from start-ups to large multinationals, is more vibrant than ever. Irish technology companies are thriving and we are seeing increasing levels of funding activity as companies seek to scale and gain a global footprint. As a result, we have been advising on an increasing number of funding transactions and envisage this trend will continue as more and more tech companies focus on international and not just domestic growth.”
The Awards ceremony will take place in the Mansion House in Dublin on the 25 November 2016 and all Irish software and digital technology companies are welcome to submit their entries by 30 September. To enter, click here
Pictured at the Awards Launch: Catherine Guy, Managing Partner, ByrneWallace with key sponsors and representatives from the Irish Software Association: Adrian Mullett, Head of Technology Sector, Bank of Ireland; John MacNamara, Manager, Software Department, Enterprise Ireland; Paul Sweetman, Director, Irish Software Association; Cronan McNamara, CEO, Creme Global, Chair of the Irish Software Association.