Datahug Wins Silicon Valley Innovation Award
March 15, 2012
Technology Innovation Award
Datahug, the enterprise relationship network, has won a prestigious Silicon Valley Innovation Award recognising the Irish business as one of the most innovative technology companies. The award was announced and presented during the Irish Technology Leadership Group (ITLG) Innovation Summit, which was attended by over 800 top executives, entrepreneurs and venture capital investors operating in Silicon Valley.
The award was presented by Ireland’s Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton, and former Intel chairman and CEO Craig Barrett.
Speaking at the Innovation Summit, CEO of Datahug Connor Murphy said, “We are thrilled to win this award, which recognises innovation on a global scale. It is testament to the rapid growth and progress we have made, increasing our global client base and opening offices in both London and New York. This award will further increase our profile in the US.”
Datahug previously won the Dublin Web Summit’s Spark of Genius Competition.
Datahug constructs private relationship networks for businesses. It analyses email and other communication data to unlock the real social network that exists in every organization. It tells you who knows who and how well they know them.