Aphix Software’s hard work pays off!
Aphix Software are shortlisted in two national awards competitions.
October continues to be an extraordinary month for Aphix Software! So far this month we have moved into a new and improved office, employed two highly skilled team members and opened an office in Toronto in conjunction with Enterprise Ireland.
We have also been shortlisted for not one, but two prestigious software awards. The first award we have been shortlisted for is “Emerging Company of the Year" by the Irish Software Association. The ISA Software Industry Awards celebrate those companies who have achieved exceptional success, developed innovative technologies and partnerships and achieved significant results over the past year. This annual flagship has gained an exceptional reputation as one of the most coveted Award ceremonies within the technology sector both in Ireland and overseas, with over 500 leading influencers and decision makers in the digital & software technology sector in attendance. This year's Awards will be held on Friday 25th November 2016, in the Round Room, Mansion House, Dawson Street, Dublin 2.
The second award we have been shortlisted for is “Best Fintech Startup” by the Realex eCommerce Awards. The inaugural Realex eCommerce Awards are designed to recognise and reward the success of Irish online business, celebrating best practice and excellence in eCommerce.
In addition to us being nominated, it's amazing to see an impressive five of our valued WebShop clients been shortlisted under the following categories:
- “Best B2B eCommerce” - demesne.ie - alpack.ie - mjscannel.ie
- “Best Retail eCommerce” - fuschia.ie
- “Best International eCommerce” - qtponline.com
The winners will be hailed as inspirational eCommerce companies and have a bright and shiny spotlight shone upon their success. The awards will help raise company profiles and gain valuable PR and social media coverage.
Best of luck to everyone involved, true dedication and hard-work got us here! See you all at the ceremony in the Liberty Hall Theatre in Dublin on October 28th.