2015 European Business Awards National Champion
Praised for its secure electoral modernization and eGovernance solutions, Scytl has been awarded consecutively in this key industry recognition awards as one of the best businesses across Europe. Scytl has been selected as one of the top business in Europe’s leading Business Awards program amongst 24,000 businesses across 33 countries in Europe by actively demonstrating the core principles of the European Business Awards: success, innovation, ethics and an international mind-set.
EBA is Europe’s largest and most significant cross-sector business recognition program, supported by businesses leaders, academics, entrepreneurs, media and political leaders from across Europe. It is a prestigious and independent awards competition, sponsored by RSM International, designed to recognize and promote excellence, best practice, innovation and financial success in the European business community.
2015 European Tech Tour Special Jury Award
2015 Innovative Practices Award
Every year, the Zero Project recognizes the most innovative practices in favor of persons with disabilities. Scytl´s eVoting implementation for the Victorian State Elections in 2006 and 2010 were awarded a certificate for 2015 Innovative Policies and Practices for its outstanding contribution in the support of persons with disabilities in the State of Victoria, Australia. The project was selected from over 250 projects nominated from across the globe.
Zero Project, an ESSL initiative that promotes the rights of persons with disabilities, also has the support of organizations such as IFES, International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Human Rights Watch, Global Alliance on Accessible Technologies and Environment (GAATES).
2014 Government Online Voting and Election Modernization Innovation and Leadership Award
2013 eGovernance award
2013 Longhorns Bully Award
The criteria for final selection included insight to the company´s market potential, competitive landscape, business model and revenue, execution of key milestones, customer base growth and management team and structure to drive company forward. The granting of the awards is done by judges of the caliber of San Francisco Chronicle’s David Einstein, USA Today Tech Columnist Mark Veverka, Google’s Yves Cornaz, GigaOM’s David Meyer, Red Herring’s former Editor in Chief Joel Dreyfuss, R Merger Markets (Financial Times Group), Rupert Cock, BBC/CNN Analyst, Ralph Silva, to name a few.
2011 European Tech Tour
2011 eWorld Forum Award
2010 National Media Awards: Internet
SSD Highly Successful Project Award
Excellency in Technological Innovation Award
Telegraph Tech Start-Up 100
2008 Barcelona City Award
European Venture Contest
Leaders of the ITech-Economy
Best case label – eGovernment Awards
Red Herring 100 Europe