MANCHESTER — Newforma won the New Hampshire High Tech Council’s 2014 Entrepreneur of the Year at the Radisson Hotel/Center of New Hampshire in Manchester last night.
Manchester-based Newforma software connects architecture, engineering, construction and owner organizations. Newforma employs 185 people, most of which are based in Manchester.
Bob Batcheler, co-founder/executive vice president of strategy, Dave Plunkett, executive vice president of development, and Ian Howell, CEO, Newforma, represented the company.
The other nominees were: Robert Goldstein, CEO, and Stephen Singlar, president, Single Digits.
Bedford-based Single Digits, an Internet network operator for property owners, began in 2003 with three employees and has grown to more than 100.
Peter Chase, founder/executive vice president of business development, and Lou Guercia, president/CEO, Scribe Software.
Manchester-based Scribe Software helps sports teams collect informaiton from their websites, ticket agencies and social media to better market themselves to fans and potential customers.