Seattle Business Magazine's Winners of the 2019 Tech Impact Awards

The best of the best: We honor the tech-sector leaders of our booming region
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This article appears in print in the October 2019 issue. See more about the winners of the 2019 Tech Impact Awards hereClick here for a free subscription.

It's no secret that the Puget Sound region's white-hot technology sector is among the nation's strongest. Seattle ranks No. 2 in the United States for tech talent, according to a study by commercial real estate firm CBRE, trailing only the Bay Area. Drilling down, though, yields some surprises. Seattle Business magazine's 2019 Tech Impact Awards program offers a peek behind the scenes of some of the region's most innovative technology companies. As one of our judges says, "It's amazing some of the things these companies are doing."

Tech Impact Champion
Adam Selipsky

Category: Artificial Intelligence
Gold: Algorithmia
Silver: Xnor.ai

Education
Gold: DreamBox Learning
Silver: MedBridge

Consumer/Retail
Gold: TomboyX
Silver: The Riveter

SaaS
Gold: Highspot Inc.
Silver: Zipwhip

Health Tech
Gold: Accolade Inc.
Silver: KenSci; 98point6 Inc.

Blockchain
Gold: Dragonchain
Silver: Strix Leviathan

Gaming/Entertainment
Gold: Rec Room (formerly Against Gravity)
Silver: Unikrn

Tech Services/Consulting
Gold: Point B Inc. 
Silver: GenUI; Simplicity Consulting

Marketing/Analytics
Gold: iSpot.tv
Silver: New Engen

Enterprise
Gold: Smartsheet
Silver: Icertis

Security
Gold: ExtraHop Networks Inc.
Silver: Integris Software

Mobile
Gold: Doxo
Silver: Mason

Emerging Companies
Gold: LevelTen Energy Inc.
Silver: HaptX Inc.; WEconnect Health Management

Judges for the 2019 Tech Impact Awards*

Kellan Carter, partner, Ignition Partners | Sudip Chakrabarti, partner, Madrona Venture Group Chris DeVore, managing director, Techstars | Leslie Feinzaig, founder & CEO, Female Founders Alliance Pam Cory, vice president global marketing, BitTitan | Matt McIlwain, managing director, Madrona Venture Group Brandy Rhodes, IoT program manager, JFrog Michael Schutzler, CEO, Washington Technology Industry Association | Scott Thielman, founder, Product Creation Studio | Sterling Wilson, president and CEO, Shiftboard

*Judges do not vote on nominations that might present a conflict of interest.

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