Category Archives: Awards

The Edison Awards: Prism Nominated as Finalist

We’re happy to announce that we’ve been selected as a finalist for the 2016 Edison Awards! The distinguished awards, inspired by Thomas Edison’s persistence and inventiveness, recognize innovation and creativity from the most outstanding companies across the globe. “It’s exciting to see companies like Prism continuing Thomas Edison’s legacy of challenging conventional thinking,” said Frank […]

Prism Takes Home the Gold (Again!)

We’re proud to announce that we’ve been awarded the Gold for “Best Overall Company of the Year” in the Annual 2015 Golden Bridge Awards! Prism joins the Golden Bridge Award’s international community of winners from companies including BOOST Collaborative, Cisco, Nu Skin Enterprises, and Wipro — you can check out the full list of award […]

Prism Milestones: TechCrunch Anniversary

Fall is always a special time around Prism. Not only does it mark our birthday as a company — it also marks the moment we first realized how well our vision stood out from the startup crowd. Prism competed in the 2011 TechCrunch Disrupt competition when our app was barely two months old and walked home […]

Prism Takes the Gold at The American Business Awards

The American Business Awards (also known as the Stevies) has recognized the best and brightest in American entrepreneurship for the past consecutive 12 years. This week, we were honored to win Gold at the 2014 Stevie Awards, placing first in the category of computer software companies with <250 employees. Entelo, GoECart, and others were also honored […]

And the Winner is … Layer!

Congratulations to Layer and MkII Ventures for this year’s TechCrunch Disrupt win. Layer, backed by Prism Skylabs investor MkII Ventures, is a communications platform that can be added to any mobile app by adding fewer than 10 lines of code into the mix. Once that Layer code snippet has been put in place, users will be able […]

Prism Skylabs Takes Runner-Up Spot at TechCrunch Disrupt

So the news is out, and we didn’t win TechCrunch Disrupt’s Start-Up Battlefield. But, being only two and half months old, we’re awfully proud to have made the number two spot amongst such strong competitors. In the final round yesterday, we were up against six other companies, all of which are on track to do amazing things […]