Awards & Recognition

2016 City on a Cloud Innovation Challenge

Winner- Partner Innovation Award

Amazon Web Services granted the Partners in Innovation Award to Appriss as a technology partner who has deployed an innovative solution to solve a government challenge. Entries were judged on the following criteria: (a) uniqueness of the application; (b) number and type of users of the application; (c) applicability and availability of the application to governments of different size and scope and in different regions; and (d) availability on the AWS Marketplace within 2016.

Fast 50 Award

Appriss stands apart as the only company selected 17 times in a row!

Louisville Business First selects the 50 fastest-growing private companies in the Louisville area each year. Fast 50 companies must be independent, for-profit and privately held. They must release a three-year operating sales history and show an average of at least $1 million in revenue for the three most recent fiscal years. And they must be headquartered in Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson, Meade, Nelson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer or Trimble counties in Kentucky; or Clark, Floyd, Harrison or Washington counties in Indiana.

Best Places to Work

Appriss Named as one of Best Places to Work

Appriss has been selected as a Best Places to Work 7x, with our most recent award being our Orange County CA. office in December of 2016

 

Parents of Murdered Children

2014 National Service Award

Appriss, Inc. from Louisville, Kentucky, was the 2014 recipient of the National Service Award. The National Service Award recognizes persons, businesses, schools, etc., that support or promote the philosophy of POMC.

Parents Of Murdered Children, Inc. (POMC) is the only nationwide organization dedicated to helping survivors of homicide victims cope with the devastation and grief caused by the murder of their loved ones. POMC strives to develop programs and services that support, and assist survivors of homicide victims. In addition, these programs and services help keep murderers behind bars, assist in solving unsolved cases, and educate, train and inform society of the problems faced in the aftermath of murder.