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Oregon Technology Awards 2018 Winners Announced

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The Technology Association of Oregon (TAO) has announced the winners of the 2018 Oregon Technology Awards, recognized as part of the Oregon Technology Awards ceremony last night. These awards celebrate excellence and achievement within the region’s vibrant technology community.

Now in its 34th year, the Oregon Technology Awards recognized the state’s best companies thriving in technology by presenting awards in a number of categories. Awards included Technology Company of the Year, Influential Technology Company Not Headquartered in Oregon, Most Disruptive Technology and, new in 2018, People’s Choice Award.

The event also honored two outstanding leaders in our tech community: Stephen Marsh of Smarsh as the 2018 Sam Blackman Award Winner, and Angela Jackson of Portland Seed Fund and Portland State University Business Accelerator, as Tech Champion winner.  

“Oregon’s technology community continues to thrive and mature, and the companies honored last night are building the future of our state,” said Skip Newberry, TAO President and CEO. “It is an honor to celebrate the leaders making an impact and the companies elevating the state’s technology economy.”

The winners were selected from a wide spectrum of industries within the various award categories. The TAO is proud to announce the 2018 Oregon Technology Award winners, as follows:

Technology Company of the Year

Influential Technology Company Not Headquartered in Oregon

Most Disruptive Technology of the Year

People’s Choice

The 2018 Oregon Technology Awards Program was presented by JLL and United Healthcare and hosted more than 600 attendees at last night’s ceremony, including entrepreneurs and tech professionals from across the region and around the globe.

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