Finalists for the NC TECH Awards, North Carolina's statewide technology awards program, have been announced by the North Carolina Technology Association, and Allstacks is honored to be named a finalist for the “Analytics + Big Data.”

This awards program recognizes companies, organizations and individuals for their achievement, innovation and leadership throughout the year.

“2020 has been a great year for us. We are humbled to be recognized among so many great companies,” CEO Hersh Tapadia said. “Our mission is to help software organizations achieve better business outcomes through the process of innovation. Our role is to accelerate development and enable continuous delivery of customer value.” 

Why was Allstacks selected for this category? 

Allstacks is the #1 rated forecasting and risk management tool for software development. Prior to using Allstacks, customers reported having a hard time managing all of their engineering and product functions, as each system/ tool is often managed independently; this creates visibility issues and inefficiencies. Engineering and product leaders have historically collected and tracked activity on 5+ tools to manually analyze data and create home-grown reports for daily operations (i.e. stand-up and scrum ceremonies) and higher-level progress reports for executive management. 

Allstacks’ platform offers a single source of truth for how organizations are tracking towards company-wide software goals, lets leaders check on individual initiatives, and offers data on individual and team work patterns. Allstacks offers metrics and insights at various levels, from aggregate, high-level executive insights to individual engagement metrics that can be used for coaching and career development. 

What is the process for the NC Tech Awards? 

After a nomination period earlier this year, finalists and winners were chosen in a two-stage review process, led by the accounting firm Cherry Bekaert, in partnership with an independent selection committee. The awards process culminates with the NC TECH Virtual Awards at three broadcasts beginning at 4pm each day on November 17, 18 and 19. Winners will be announced during the broadcasts. 

“We have another great class of finalists this year from across the state, so we expect an exciting virtual celebration of North Carolina’s vibrant and growing tech sector,” said Brooks Raiford, President and CEO of NC TECH.

“During these uncertain times, innovation and achievement in technology is more important than ever. At Cherry Bekaert, we are honored to join NC TECH to recognize the very best in tech. We are consistently impressed by the emerging development and leadership in the technology sector and look forward to celebrating the positive impact these companies have on the state of North Carolina,” said Ron Wainwright, CPA – Partner & National Leader, Credits & Accounting Methods.  

About NC TECH

The North Carolina Technology Association (NC TECH) is a not-for-profit, membership-driven trade association and the primary voice of the technology industry in North Carolina. NC TECH’s mission is to foster growth and champion innovation in North Carolina’s tech sector, while providing a voice for the tech community through professional networks, government affairs, talent development and sector promotion.   For more information, visit our website at www.nctech.org.

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