The Southwest Florida Regional Technology Partnership (RTP) has announced the finalists for the 10th annual Technology Awards.
CenturyLink, IBM and the Gannett Foundation are Pinnacle sponsors of the RTP and the Premier sponsors are Hertz and 21st Century Oncology.
The finalists for the CenturyLink Innovention Award given to a company that has invented or demonstrated an innovative and creative technology solution are Benseron, Testimonial Tree and Vectra Digital.
The finalists for the Transformation Award for a business that has achieved success through implementation of IT to overcome a challenge are Photo Patch Foundation, Redicare Nursing Services and Supply Samaritan.
The finalists for the Women in Technology Award to recognize contributions made by women in technology through professional expertise and leadership are Janna Bolden, Sloane DeLong and
The finalists for the Partnership Award which honors a person who has made significant contribution to the Regional Technology Partnership are Peg Elmore, Linda Lyding and Charlie Starnes.
The awards dinner is May 17, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at the Club at Grandezza in Estero, FL. Archana Vemulapalli, General Manager, Network Services, IBM Global Technology Services, will be the keynote speaker. Tickets are available at www.swfrtp.org until May 12.
"This year's awards finalists represent some of the best technology professionals in southwest Florida," said John Lafreniere, President, RTP. "We look forward to celebrating their accomplishments."