Aureon Recognized as IT Service Provider and Technology Company of the Year Finalist
Aureon was named as a finalist for the 13th Annual LWBJ Prometheus Awards.
Press Releases published March 15, 2018
This year Aureon received nominations in two categories, The Workiva Large Technology Company of the Year and IT Service Provider of the Year.
“The Aureon team is honored to once again be a Prometheus Award finalist. We are proud to be recognized as a leader in technology in multiple categories by the Technology Association of Iowa (TAI),” said Ron Keller, CEO, Aureon.
The Prometheus Awards is TAI’s premier event for Iowa’s technology industry. Award finalists and winners are composed of everything from individual leaders and companies to entire communities representing the finest of Iowa’s growing technology industry. According to recent information from TAI, this year’s pool of entries was the most varied and competitive they’ve seen. Award winners will be announced on April 12, 2018 at the Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center during the Prometheus Awards celebration.
“We are fortunate to have the TAI working hard to advance our industry within the state,” said Keller. “We look forward to celebrating their accomplishments as well as our fellow nominees at the Prometheus Awards event.”
At Aureon, we offer reliable business solutions so our clients can focus on their day-to-day operations. For more than 30 years, connectivity has driven our business and has been woven into the network of solutions we offer customers. From technology to consulting to contact center operations, we develop creative and customized solutions based on our knowledge and understanding of our clients. When you connect with Aureon, you connect with solutions. For more information, visit Aureon.com.
About Technology Association of Iowa (TAI)
The Technology Association of Iowa (TAI) is a statewide, member-based organization uniting Iowa's technology community by connecting leaders, driving public policy, fostering diversity and inclusion, and developing talent. TAI's members work together to support the industry and advance Iowa's reputation as a technology state. The organization is a collection of leaders who have come together as Iowa’s statewide voice for technology. Visit TechnologyIowa.com.
Megan Garrett, APR
Sr. Communications Specialist