eBrevia has received significant recognition
and a number of prestigious awards.

  • eBrevia selected as one of four national winners in the Startup America DEMO Competition

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    After winning two rounds of competition, eBrevia unveiled its product to an international audience at the DEMO conference in Santa Clara, CA. The company’s DEMO presentation is shown below. Update: The Diligence Accelerator product has come a long way since this taping.

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  • CIO.com selects eBrevia’s Diligence Accelerator as one of the top ten enterprise products at DEMO

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    CIO.com selected eBrevia’s Diligence Accelerator as one of the top ten enterprise products at the DEMO conference in Santa Clara, CA. (more…)

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  • eBrevia wins the Connecticut Technology Council’s Most Promising Software Product of the Year award

    connecticut councilBLOGeBrevia was honored by the Connecticut Technology Council with its Most Promising Software Product of the Year award.

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  • eBrevia selected as a 2013 Tech Company to Watch by the Connecticut Technology Council.

    connecticut councilBLOGeBrevia was selected as a 2013 Tech Company to Watch by the Connecticut Technology Council.  The company joined an impressive group of startups featured at the 7th Annual Connecticut Innovation Summit.  (more…)

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  • eBrevia receives $10,000 Entrepreneur Innovation Award

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    eBrevia was selected as one of four winners to receive a $10,000 Entrepreneur Innovation Award in a pitch competition at the Connecticut Science Center.  The Entrepreneur Innovation Award program is part of the CTNext Innovation Ecosystem.  eBrevia will use the funds to incorporate additional user-suggested features into its Diligence Accelerator product.

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    View coverage of eBrevia’s Entrepreneur Innovation Award in The Hartford Business Journal and The Courant.

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