San Jose, Calif. (PRWEB) March 31, 2011
Lavante, a leading provider of on-demand recovery auditing and supplier information management solutions, today announced that its CEO and Founder, Joe Flynn, has been named by the Irish Technology Leadership Group as one of the Top 50 Irish American Technology Executives. The group will be recognized at the 4th Annual ITLG Technology Awards event on April 5 at Stanford University.
The awards dinner will feature Emily Chang, Bloomberg West Anchor as the event host, with Craig Barrett, ITLG Chairman and retired CEO and Chairman of the Board of Intel Corporation, delivering the keynote address. The event takes place at the Stanford Faculty Club.
“The Silicon Valley 50 shows the extent of influence and depth of involvement that Irish and Irish-Americans have had in shaping Silicon Valley into what it is to today, and we are pleased to be able to recognize their accomplishments.” said John Harnett, President and Founder of the ITLG
“I am honored to be included as a part of this prestigious group, and look forward to my continued association with the ITLG and its many Silicon Valley members.” said Joe Flynn, Founder and CEO, Lavante
Lavante is the leader in on-demand supplier management solutions, including recovery audit and supplier information management applications. Built with advanced, patented technology, Lavante delivers to the financial arena a new standard in efficient technology-driven solutions that allow companies to quickly drive dollars to the bottom line, improve supplier communications, and assure high supplier data quality. Lavante solutions are deployed across Fortune 1000 enterprises including the hospitality, retail, and entertainment, manufacturing and medical industries. Headquartered in San Jose, Calif., Lavante is privately held and was founded in 2001. For more information please visit http://www.lavante.com.
Established in 2007, the ITLG is a group of executives and technology leaders in Silicon Valley who are Irish or Irish-American, each of whom are committed to helping Irish start-up companies. For more information about the ITLG, visit http://www.itlg.org