MINNEAPOLIS, September 28, 2021 – ProcessBolt (https://processbolt.com) is a finalist for the Minnesota Technology Association 2021 Tekne Awards in the Data Security category. For the past two decades, the Tekne Awards have recognized organizations that are leading-edge innovators in science and technology throughout Minnesota. The 2021 Tekne Awards celebration on Nov. 17 will reveal winners among the finalists in 13 categories.
ProcessBolt is a finalist in the data security award category for work developing a platform to automatically assess and continuously monitor an enterprise’s vendor network as well as respond to security questionnaires using AI-driven, patent-pending technology.
“We are honored to be recognized by the Minnesota Technology Association. It is a credit to the great team we have here, and all the hard work they have put into development of the platform,” said Mike Kelly, CEO of ProcessBolt. “We are also grateful for the commitment from all of our customers and users, who fueled our growth and have given us great reviews and feedback for our continued enhancement of the platform.”
“Each year, the Tekne Awards celebrate Minnesota’s leaders and innovators in the technology field,” said Jeff Tollefson, president and CEO of MnTech. “Even amidst an ongoing pandemic, we are excited to recognize these companies and their efforts in spearheading technology and innovation both locally and globally.”
For additional information and a full list of Tekne finalists, visit MnTech.org/tekne-awards-2021.
ProcessBolt eliminates time-consuming manual risk assessment processes through automation so you can focus on your business, not data collection. ProcessBolt is the only complete vendor risk management solution on the market that serves both enterprises and vendors to maximize efficiency. Learn more at ProcessBolt.com.
About the Minnesota Technology Association
The Minnesota Technology Association (MnTech) is a coalition of more than 200 member companies united in building a stronger tech ecosystem and innovation economy in Minnesota. Formerly known as the Minnesota High Tech Association (MHTA), the organization works to ensure that Minnesota’s technology-driven companies have access to exceptional talent, dedicated public policy advocates, and are part of an innovative, inclusive technology community. Learn more at www.mntech.org.