Irvine, CA August 19, 2020 — Specright’s Matthew Wright was announced as a finalist for the Best Small Technology Company CEO, in Octane’s High Tech Awards series.
“It’s a huge honor to be considered for this award,” said Wright. “To me, this is a reflection of the entire team and the culture we’ve built.”
Before Specright, Wright worked in the packaging industry and kept running into the same problem: no brand, supplier, or retailer had accurate or complete specification data.
This not only caused inefficiencies, but tremendous supply chain risk and manufacturing waste.
He created Specright, the first purpose built platform for Specification Management, to digitize and standardize specification data.
“My mentality from day one has been not to create incremental change, but to create a fundamentally different approach to transform how companies bring products to life. It’s exciting to see Fortune 100 and challenger brands share our vision.”
The High Tech Awards (HTA) intend to honor and celebrate those who contribute to building Orange County into a center of technology and innovation. For more than 27 years, the HTA have recognized more than 130 Orange County tech companies.
The Best Small Technology Company CEO award will compare nominees based on their management model, how they motivate their employees, and their involvement in the OC community and ecosystem.
Specright is the first purpose-built platform for Specification Data Management™. Whether it’s packaging, raw materials, formulas, products, or machines, Specright helps companies digitize, map, and take action across their supply chain to reduce costs, increase profitability, and drive sustainability. For more information, visit: www.specright.com.
Octane is building the SoCal of tomorrow. They drive innovation and growth by connecting people, resources and capital. Their members represent Orange County technology and medical technology entrepreneurs, investors, universities, small to midsize businesses and strategic advisors.