SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Technology Council has announced three inductees into the 2014 UTC Hall of Fame.
The inductees are: A. Scott Anderson, president and CEO of Zions Bank; Alan Hall, founder and CEO of Tempus Global Data, a satellite company that manufactures and operates weather instruments; and Kirk M. Ririe, inventor of the FilmArray System and Respiratory Panel, a system for the point-of-care diagnostic market.
“This is a stellar group of leaders in our 2014 inductees,” said Richard R. Nelson, president and CEO of the UTC. “They have helped Utah become a great place for technology companies to thrive as they’ve led their respective companies to success. We’re enthused to celebrate their accomplishments at the UTC Hall of Fame Celebration.”
The Utah executives will be honored Nov. 7 at the Grand America Hotel at the annual celebration of the technology industry.
This year’s gathering of Utah’s technology executives will be keynoted by Marc Benioff, chairman and CEO of salesforce.com.
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