Luxembourg start-up, vyzVoice, has been named overall winner of the ICT category of the StartUp Europe Awards.

On the occasion of the awards ceremony for the StartUp Europe Awards, presided by the President of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani, vyzVoice CEO Robert Spicer accepted the award on behalf of the Luxembourgish company.

Promoted by the European Commission, the StartUp Europe Awards aim to create an ecosystem based on the best startups from across the continent. In addition to the demonstration of innovation and a viable business model, winners are selected based on their contribution to advancing sustainability, active social responsibility engagement and participation in European projects and partnerships.

The initiative is supported by the President of the Committee of the Regions and several members of the European Parliament. It is organised by StartUp Europe Accelerator by Finnova.

vyzVoice, based in Windhof, was founded in 2014 and currently employees a multinational team of 27. The company provides solutions for middle market companies that remove technical barriers to digital transformation. These secure, rapidly deployed, cost-effective solutions allow companies to use data driven decisions to transform their business models and remain competitive. Technical applications include industrial asset management, energy and resources management & planning, sustainability optimization & reporting, and building facilities management integration.

Previously named winner of the Luxembourg ICT category, vyzVoice was selected as European winner from national finalists across Europe.

“We are honoured to receive this award that recognizes vyzVoice as an innovator on an international level and Luxembourg as a strong base in European eco-system for start-ups”, commented CEO Robert Spicer.