Mass Tech awards recognize Boston’s best and brightest start-ups

Throughout the past few months, 200 of Massachusetts’ best and brightest technology companies have been competing for the prestigious Mass Tech Leadership Council awards.  Submissions were judged by a panel of Council trustees and local thought leaders who narrowed the contest down to 15 star-studded companies. We were totally psyched to learn that we made it to the finalist list!

Our fellow finalists could not be a more eclectic bunch of public and private companies. They have a wide array of products, ranging from Gemvara’s design-your-own jewelry to iWalk’s electronic limbs. The competition was stiff and we’re proud to be the only financial services tech company who made the cut.

On October 6th, all fifteen finalists will duel it out for the Product of the Year title at the Massachusetts Technology Awards Gala.  Throughout the cocktail reception, the CEO of each company will present their product and the winner will be judged by a live audience vote.   We’re counting on Currensee CEO, Dave Lemont, to dazzle the crowd and bring home our first Product of the Year Award!

Check out our competition (and their blogs) below:



Digital Lumens-







Peer Transfer


Strohl Medical


Vecna Technologies

If you’re interested in attending the event, visit the Mass TLC page here.  We’d love to have your support!


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