A TRALEE company has made the final six in the All Stars Technology Business Of The Year.
ViClarity, a company that provide Risk & Compliance software in the healthcare and financial services sectors have been nominated for “All Stars Technology Business Of The Year”.
The awards take place at The All Ireland Summit this Thursday, April 6th in Croke Park, Dublin.
Ogie Sheehy, CEO at ViClarity said: “We are delighted to make the final in such a competitive category. Technology is at the forefront of every organisation at the moment and we are happy to be recognised as a leading player in the RegTech industry“.
The Tralee based company have made it through after being reviewed by an expert judging panel headed by Dr Briga Hynes of the University of Limerick.
Presentations will be made at the end of the 2017 All Ireland Business Summit by Bobby Kerr, formerly of RTE’s Dragon’s Den. Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor will also be involved in the presentation.
ViClarity has rapidly grown in the last number of years and now has clients in Ireland, The UK and The US. ViClarity’s Risk & Compliance Solutions were recognised for their ability to be customised to meet the requirements of all types of organisations and can be used to automate any large Excel based documents, providing a clear audit trail and transparency all across the business.