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2/25/2016 General

Technology Partnership Annouces Awards Finalists

Technology Partnership Announces Awards Finalists

Fort Myers, FL – The Southwest Florida Regional Technology Partnership (RTP) has announced the awards finalists for its Eighth Annual Awards Dinner.

Finalists for the Transformation Award, for a business that has achieved success through implementation of IT to overcome a challenge are: Amerispec SWFL, 21st Century Oncology and Salus Care Florida.

Finalists for the Innovention Award, given to a company that has invented or demonstrated an innovative and creative technology solution, are: Get Efficient, HyperTeam and REfindly.

Finalists for the Women in Technology Award to recognize contributions made by women in technology through professional expertise and leadership are: Tracey Lanham with Hodges University; Brandie Duncan with Get Efficient; and Wendi Fowler with The Client Server.

Finalists for the Partnership Award, which recognizes someone who has truly forwarded the mission of the organization are: Dr. Al Ball, Hodges University; William McDonough, McDonough Law Firm; and Jose Ruggero, Gartner.

The Awards Gala is Wednesday, April 13, 2016 at Crowne Plaza, Bell Tower 13051 Bell Tower Drive, Fort Myers, FL 33907. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. for networking. Tickets may be purchased online at swfrtp.org.  Sponsored by Adecco, Chico’s FAS, 21st Century Oncology, CenturyLink and Landesk.