Cleveland Museum of Art, OnShift are among the winners of OHTec's 13th annual Best of Tech Awards

Crain's Cleveland Business — April 12, 2019

OHTec, a technology industry support program within the Greater Cleveland Partnership, on Thursday night, April 11, honored six Northeast Ohio companies and organizations in its 13th annual Best of Tech Awards.

The ceremony, held inside Signature Flight Support's hangar at Burke Lakefront Airport, featured awards in the following categories: Most Promising StartUp; Best Tech Services Company; Tech Company of the Year — Large; Tech Company of the Year — Small; and Best Technology Solution, Product or Device. In addition, OHTech presented a special award for Best Community Collaboration & Innovation.

Here's a list of the winners and finalists:

Most Promising StartUp

Winner: Indago, a medical device company seeking to revolutionize the operating room via the use of smart surgical tools.

Finalists: Drips, Ownum and Pandata

Best Tech Services Company

Winner: 121eCommerce, which has a team of Magento-certified developers helping companies improve their e-commerce capabilities.

Finalists: Briteskies, Elite Business Solutions, Krish Services Group and TrellisPoint LLC

Tech Company of the Year — Large

Winner: OnShift, which provides intuitive software and proactive services to solve workforce challenges in health care.

Finalists: MRI Software and ParkPlace Technologies

Tech Company of the Year — Small

Winner: Vizion Solutions, which works with companies of all sizes to overcome the struggle of finding and using data that companies need to make important decisions.

Finalists: COTSWORKS, Dolbey Systems, Foundation Software Inc. and Futuri Media

Best Technology Solution, Product or Device

Winner: n2y LLC, which OHTec said "has changed the way special education is taught and is proud to help teachers and families inspire moments of discovery and wonder."

Finalists: Dolbey Systems, GE Lighting, OEC and OverDrive

Best Community Collaboration & Innovation Award

This special award was given to the Cleveland Museum of Art "for its work creating a museum experience that leverages cutting-edge technology while also aligning and partnering with a number of technology companies across the region," OHTec said.

Members of OHTech, which was founded in 1998, come from a variety of information technology fields, including software development; IT services; website design and development; custom application development; and IT recruiting.

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