Friday, August 8, 2014
Utah Technology Council Honors Three
The Utah Technology Council (UTC), an industry group which promotes the technology industry in the state of Utah, has honored three, active members of the local technology community for their contributions to the industry. According to the UTC, it has added A. Scott Anderson, Alan Hall and Kirk M. Ririe to its UTC Hall of Fame, which recognizes people who have made a big impact on Utah's technology industry. A. Scott Anderson is President and CEO of Zions First National Bank; Alan Hall is co-founder of Mercato Partners, and also sits on the boards of Central Logic, Control4, CradlePoint and Goal Zero, in addition to being founder and CEO of satellite startup Tempus Global Data; and Kirk M. Ririe is the co-founder of Idaho Technology, INc (ITI)--now known as BioFire Diagnostics.