9th Annual Technology Awards Winners Announced

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southwest florida regional technology partnershipThe Southwest Florida Regional Technology Partnership (RTP) has announced the winners of the 9th annual Technology Awards. CenturyLink is the Pinnacle sponsor of the RTP and the Premier sponsors are Hertz, eMaint and 21st Century Oncology.

southwest florida technology awardsThe winner of the CenturyLink Innovention Award given to a company that has invented or demonstrated an innovative and creative technology solution is Flight Docs for their industry leading aircraft maintenance software platform. Onward Technology Solutions was also a finalist for this award.

southwest florida regional technology awardThe winner of the Transformation Award for a business that has achieved success through implementation of information technology to overcome a challenge is Lee County Geographic Information Systems for development of life saving technology techniques for local search and rescue emergency responders. Smart Industries and Lee County Port Authority were also finalists in this category.

southwest florida technology awards wendi fowlerThe winner of the Woman in Technology Award to recognize contributions made by women in technology through professional expertise and leadership is Wendi Fowler, President, The Client Server. The other finalists were Jennifer Pellechio, Chief Operation Officer, Economic Incubators Inc.Naples Accelerator and Rita Davis, Director Adult and Career Education, Lee County School District.

southwest florida technology awards john lafreniere hertzThe winner of the Partnership Award which recognizes a RTP member who has contributed to the success and growth of the mission of the Partnership is John LaFreniere, Vice President, Global IT Architecture, Hertz. The other finalists were James Sampel, Chief Information Officer, Alico Inc. and Charles Starnes, Chico’s FAS.

About Regional Technology Partnership

The Southwest Florida Regional Technology Partnership (RTP) was chartered in 2008 and is the only group dedicated solely to the growth of the technology cluster in southwest Florida. The non-profit organization is a member of Lee County’s Horizon Council and is comprised of technology companies and technology users, economic development groups and higher education institutions. Through its strategies of catalyze, cultivate and connect, the RTP produces educational seminars, career forums, professional networking events and the only regional awards program dedicated to technology development and implementation. Membership and sponsorship information is available at www.swfrtp.org.

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Thanks for providing your local real estate information for us today to stay better informed

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Good morning Randy. Thanks for the update. Southwest Florida is loaded with talented people such as yourself! Enjoy your day!

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Randy, as a local, I appreciate your keeping us posted on those who are making an impact on the area.

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