ATLANTA (Feb. 17, 2022) – The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) is pleased to announce the winners of the second annual 2022 TAG Technology Awards.

TAG hosts the Technology Awards recognizing the highest achieving leaders and companies in Georgia representing the 12 categories listed below. The 2022 winners representing 12 categories were announced on Feb. 17 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Ravinia in Atlanta.

“Congratulations to the 2022 TAG Technology Award winners on their extraordinary accomplishments,” said Larry K. Williams, President and CEO of TAG. “I also want to thank the award sponsors, judges and more than 120 applicants, along with our 36 finalists. With so many qualified candidates, our panel of judges found it challenging to choose the winners. TAG is proud to recognize these select few leaders and organizations for their innovations and contributions to Georgia’s technology ecosystem.”

The 2022 TAG Technology Award winners are:


Tech Leader of the Year (Public): Phil Ventimiglia, Georgia State University

Tech Leader of the Year (Private): Robin Gregg, RoadSync

Emerging Leader of the Year: Rachel Ozias, Comcast Business


Innovation Driven Company (Startup): MapHabit, Inc.

Innovation Driven Company (Small): RoadSync

Innovation Driven Company (Midmarket): GoFan

Innovation Driven Company (Enterprise – Public): NCR Corporation

Innovation Driven Company (Enterprise – Private): Manheim

Digital Transformation of the Year (Nonprofit/Government/Education): Kennesaw State University

Digital Transformation of the Year (Private): Wrench Group

Tech Evolution: Honeywell Connected Enterprise

Tech for Good: Comcast Business

The TAG Technology Awards will return in 2023. To learn more about the winners of this year’s awards and how to be recognized next year, please visit

The Partnership for Inclusive Innovation is pleased to present two “PIN Awards” to outstanding community and student research projects, sponsored by the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, and in partnership with the TAG Tech Awards. The Community Research Award winner, the Happy Hands project from Augusta University, gamifies hand hygiene to catch the attention of nearby individuals and to motivate them to sanitize their hands. The Student Research Award winner, the Lake Allatoona Research Group project, facilitates student collection of water samples for analysis and testing. For more information about all the Partnership’s programs, please visit

About the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG)

TAG’s mission is to Connect, Promote, Influence and Educate Georgia’s technology ecosystem to advance the innovation economy.  Through those four foundational strategies TAG serves the technology community, helping to support, grow and ignite tech leaders, companies and the overall Georgia economy.

TAG serves more than 30,000 members statewide through regional chapters in Metro Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Macon/Middle Georgia, and Savannah. TAG hosts more than 150 events each year and serves as an umbrella organization for 20+ professional societies.

TAG provides networking and educational programs; celebrates Georgia’s technology leaders and companies, and advocates for legislative action that enhances the state’s economic climate for technology.

Additionally, the TAG Education Collaborative (TAG-Ed) focuses on helping science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education initiatives thrive.

For more information visit the TAG website at To learn about the TAG-Ed Collaborative visit