Copperleaf Wins 2017 BC Tech Adoption of Technology AwardBy Copperleaf
Vancouver, BC, June 26, 2017—Copperleaf and its client, the B.C. Government, have jointly been awarded the 2017 BC Tech Association’s Technology Impact Award (TIA) for “Adoption of Technology.” The TIAs celebrate the successes of the tech industry and the companies, people and innovation that continue to put British Columbia on the map. This award category recognizes a solution that has significantly improved the productivity, competitiveness, or profitability of the customer’s organization.
In 2016, the Ministry of Technology, Innovation and Citizens’ Services’ Information Management/Information Technology Capital Investment Branch implemented the Copperleaf C55 decision analytics solution to help them plan, manage and optimize their investments more strategically.
“We’re honored to share the TIA Adoption of Technology Award with the B.C. Government,” said Judi Hess, CEO of Copperleaf. “It’s confirmation of the hard work and strong collaboration of the B.C. Government and Copperleaf teams. C55 has helped the government streamline its investment planning, align new investment proposals to government priorities, and model scenarios to determine the highest value for money.”
“The BC Tech industry has never been more vibrant and diverse. Every year through the TIAs, we celebrate the technology up-and-comers and leaders that are transforming the BC tech ecosystem,” said Bill Tam, President of the BC Tech Association. “The calibre of talent of the finalists and winners this year is outstanding and we congratulate each of them for their accomplishments.”
Winners were announced June 22nd at the 24th annual Technology Impact Awards Gala. Phil Jones, Vice President of Sales accepted the award alongside Corinne Timmermann, Executive Director IM/IT Capital Investment Branch for the B.C. Government. The complete list of winners is available here.
About the Technology Impact Awards
Founded in 1994 by the BC Tech Association, the Technology Impact Awards celebrate cutting-edge technology, and the companies, people and innovation that continue to put British Columbia on the map. Every year, submissions are received from companies of all sizes and sectors from across the province.
About BC Tech Association
The BC Tech Association is guided by its vision of making BC the best place to grow a tech company. For more than 20 years, BC Tech has been providing opportunities for the tech industry to collaborate, learn, and grow together. It is dedicated to connecting companies, developing talent, sharing stories, and advocating on behalf of tech companies to keep the industry thriving.
Since the BC Tech Association’s founding in 1993, the tech industry has quintupled to nearly $25 billion in revenue. In that time, it has played a privileged role in supporting the growth of the tech community that now includes over 9,000 companies, employing more than 90,000 people, and that has been one of the strongest contributors to BC’s economic growth over the past decade. www.wearebctech.com
Copperleaf provides decision analytics to companies managing critical infrastructure. Our enterprise software solutions leverage operational and financial data to help our clients make investment decisions that deliver the highest business value. In 2016, Canadian Business magazine named Copperleaf one of Canada’s top 20 Fastest-Growing Software Companies. Copperleaf is a member of The Institute of Asset Management (IAM) and actively participates in shaping the future of asset management standards, including ISO 55000. Headquartered in Vancouver, our solutions are distributed and supported by regional staff and partners worldwide. We are committed to building a better world, one decision at a time.
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