Marketsmith among those honored by NJTC

Meg Fry//November 25, 2014//

Marketsmith among those honored by NJTC

Meg Fry//November 25, 2014//

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Marketsmith Inc. in Parsippany was awarded the New Jersey Technology Council’s 2014 “Impact Company of the Year” for its innovative work with i.Predictus, an analytics software that pulls together real-time data within minutes to create consolidated, big-picture views of advertising marketing performance.“It is a wonderful milestone to have not just one, but two thriving businesses engaging with best-in-breed brands and agencies to drive the economy forward through technology, automation and analytics,” said Monica C. Smith, founder and chairwoman of Marketsmith and CEO of i.Predictus.

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Since Marketsmith integrated the i.Predictus platform three years ago, the company has experienced an impressive growth rate of 2,753 percent. The company also has since been ranked no. 135 on the Inc. 500 list and listed as the 5th fastest-growing women-led company in the country.

The 2014 NJTC Awards Celebration, held last Thursday, honored New Jersey technology companies and their leaders for business accomplishments in technological collaboration, partnership and innovation.

The winners also included:

  • ETS in Princeton, “Master Technology Company” award
  • Verisk Analytics in Jersey City, “Public Company” award
  • TRAC Intermodal in Princeton, “Private Company” award
  • PayCommerce, Inc. in Matawan, “Innovative Technology Company” award
  • Cancer Genetics, Inc. in Rutherford, “Trailblazer” award
  • Corielle Life Sciences in Camden, “Rising Star” award
  • NIKSUN Inc. in Princeton, “Outstanding Technology Development” award
  • Miele Professional USA in Princeton, “Consumer Product” award
  • CytoSorbents Corporation in Monmouth Junction, “Beacon of Light” award
  • Maxine Ballen, “John H. Martinson Technology Supporter” award
  • Stuart Peltz, Ph.D., “Legend of Technology” award
  • Thomas Edison State College, “Knowledge is Power” award
  • U.S. Sen. Cory Booker, “Legislative Champion” award

Founded in 1996, the mission of the New Jersey Tech Council is to provide recognition, networking, education and services for the state and region’s community.


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