Cary, NC (Sept. 28, 2021) – Floodlight Software has been selected as a finalist for the NC TECH Awards Top 10 Startups to Watch Award. The NC Tech Awards is North Carolina’s only statewide technology awards program that recognizes innovation, growth, and leadership in the tech sector and is presented by NC TECH (North Carolina Technology Association).
Floodlight Software, based in Cary, NC, near Research Triangle Park, is a cloud-based inspection management platform (SaaS) that digitalizes industrial inspection and nondestructive testing (NDT) service operations for organizations in the oil and gas, engineering services, heavy construction, and transportation infrastructure industries.
“For over 20 years, NC TECH has celebrated companies, organizations and individuals for outstanding achievement at the NC TECH Awards. As a finalist this year, Floodlight Software has distinguished itself as one of the state’s innovative and emergent leaders,” said Brooks Raiford, NC TECH’s President and CEO.
“There are some great companies included representing the best startups in the state,” said Nasrin Azari, CEO of Floodlight Software. “We are honored to be among the finalists for this distinguished award from NC TECH.”
About NC TECH
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. NC TECH’s membership includes 600 member companies, organizations, and institutions employing more than 200,000 workers in North Carolina. For more information, visit nctech.org.
About Floodlight Software
Designed with direct input from industrial inspection and nondestructive testing professionals, Floodlight Software enables service providers to deliver more inspections faster and accelerate time to cash. Our affordable, cloud-based inspection management platform includes task-specific modules, giving managers, dispatchers, and technicians the information they need, when and how they need it.